This week on Exploration, Michael Marriote of the Nuclear Information Resource Service of Washington DC speaks about the latest concerning the Fukushima disaster.

Featured speakers/guests:

Michael Marriote began at NIRS in February 1985 as editor and founder of The Nuclear Monitor. He has made numerous television appearances and has been widely quoted in the press. He has testified in the United States Senate and before the U.S. House of Representatives on radioactive waste transportation; radioactive metals “recycling;” the future of the nuclear power industry; “one-step” reactor licensing and other issues. He has also spoken before Parliamentary bodies in Bulgaria and Hungary, and appeared at conferences and media events in Greece, Ukraine, Slovakia, Germany and elsewhere. He is a graduate of Antioch College.

 

ON Exploration | April 28, 2014 | 5:00 am

Fukushima Disaster Update

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This week on Exploration, Michael Marriote of the Nuclear Information Resource Service of Washington DC speaks about the latest concerning the Fukushima disaster.

Featured speakers/guests:

Michael Marriote began at NIRS in February 1985 as editor and founder of The Nuclear Monitor. He has made numerous television appearances and has been widely quoted in the press. He has testified in the United States Senate and before the U.S. House of Representatives on radioactive waste transportation; radioactive metals “recycling;” the future of the nuclear power industry; “one-step” reactor licensing and other issues. He has also spoken before Parliamentary bodies in Bulgaria and Hungary, and appeared at conferences and media events in Greece, Ukraine, Slovakia, Germany and elsewhere. He is a graduate of Antioch College.

 

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