Local Haitian Advocate Speaks of Earthquake's Environmental Fallout

A number of organizations in western Pennsylvania have worked with Haitians for years. They've funded sustainable agriculture projects and worked with a microlending program with an emphasis on environmental education. In recent days, they've lost friends, and started to plan how they will help with the years and decades of rebuilding that will follow. The Allegheny Front's Jennifer Szweda Jordan spoke with the Haiti Solidarity Committee's Michael Drohan about the environmental problems that preceded the disaster, and his concerns for the future.