Nuclear Hotseat #239: Patty Ameno’s Successful Anti-Nuclear Campaign

Nuclear Hotseat #239: Patty Ameno’s Successful Anti-Nuclear Campaign

This Week’s Featured Interview: Patty Ameno grew up in Apollo, Pennsylvania, 35 miles NE of Pittsburgh… not realizing that her childhood home was directly across the street from the Nuclear Materials and Equipment Corporation.  NUMEC, in Parks Township,...
Nuclear Hotseat #237: West Lake Politics, Update w/Byron DeLear

Nuclear Hotseat #237: West Lake Politics, Update w/Byron DeLear

This Week’s Featured Interview: Byron DeLear lives near the West Lake Landfill in North St. Louis, Missouri, and has been involved in clean energy issues as chairman and CEO of Energy Equity Funding. He is a columnist with Examiner.com and is currently running...
Nuclear Hotseat #229: NIRS’ Mary Olson on “Atomic Eggs” – Gender-Based Radiation Impact

Nuclear Hotseat #229: NIRS’ Mary Olson on “Atomic Eggs” – Gender-Based Radiation Impact

THIS WEEK’S FEATURED INTERVIEW Mary Olson is Director of the Southeast Office for Nuclear Information and Resource Service, or NIRS, on the impact of radiation and how it wrecks disproportionatly greater havoc on females than males. LISTEN HERE...
Nuclear Hotseat #225: UK Sellafield Radioactivity in Alaska?  Sea-to-Land Radioactivity Dispersal w/Tim Deere Jones

Nuclear Hotseat #225: UK Sellafield Radioactivity in Alaska? Sea-to-Land Radioactivity Dispersal w/Tim Deere Jones

THIS WEEK’S EXTENDED INTERVIEW: Tim Deere-Jones, an independent marine pollution consultant in the UK, explains how radiation from the UK’s Sellafield ended up in the Arctic and Alaska, and applies sea-to-land dispersal patterns observed in England to...