Nuclear Hotseat #215: Student PSR’s Michelle Gin on Millennial Activists

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LISTEN HERE:

INTERVIEW:

  • Michelle Gin, Program Coordinator for Student Physicians for Social Responsibility, who holds an MA in Public Health.¬† She talks on student anti-nuke organizing around the world and what it will take to attract Millennials to the anti-nuclear movement.

NUMNUTZ OF THE WEEK:

A floating nuclear reactor based on the technology used for oil drilling platforms – what could go wrong?

SOCIAL MEDIA SUPERTRICKS FOR ACTIVISTS:

Dave Parrish of Operation: Save the Earth provides¬† Nuclear Hotseat’s exclusive SOCIAL MEDIA SUPERTRICKS #3: Facebook – it’s more than a time-sucking distraction.

THE WEEK’S NUCLEAR NEWS FROM OUR PERSPECTIVE:

  • RADIOACTIVE FOOD FIGHT CONTINUES!¬† Japanese companies in Taiwan Fukushima food scandal banned from importing from Japan.
  • Three former Tokyo Electric Power Company executives indicted over the March 2011 nuclear accident at the Fukushima Daiichi plant.
  • Arizona Downwinders affected by nuclear tests would be compensated by new bill.
  • Planned March 2016 reopening of WIPP, the underground nuclear waste dump in New Mexico, indefinitely delayed.
  • Hiroshima/Nagasaki commemorations.
  • …and much more!
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