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A Mountian of Waste 70 Years High:
Ending the Nuclear Age
Action/Event
Paul Gunther,Bob Alvarez,Kendra Ulrich,Kennette Benedict-moderator
 Dale Lehman/WZRD  Contact Contributor
Participants give a perspective of the Nuclear Age; how it is inseparable from weapons making; how it poisoned the nations milk supply during atmospheric testing; and how military bomb production came to be the single largest source of irradiation for people in the United States.
Nuclear Energy Information Service - neis.org
Beyond Nuclear - beyondnuclear.org
Friends of the Earth - foe.org
Paul Gunther is a co-founder of the Clamshell Alliance, which in 1976 opposed the construction of the Seabrook nuclear power plant in New Hampshire. He is currently the director of the Reactor Oversight Project for Beyond Nuclear. paul@beyondnuclear.org

Bob Alvarez is a Senior Scholar at the Institute for Policy Studies and a senior Advisor at Friends of the Earth. He has served as a Senior Policy Advisor to the U.S. Secretary of Energy. He has worked to strengthen radiation provisions of the Clean Air Act and to establish an independent oversight of the DOE nuclear weapons complex.

Kendra Ulrich is the nuclear campaigner for Friends of the Earth. She was the New Hampshire Coordinator for Safe & Green Campaign and on the Coordinating Committee for the campaign to shut down the Vermont Yankee nuclear reactor.

Kennette Benedict is Executive Director of the Bulletin of Atomic Scientist and teaches at the Harris School of Public Policy.

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