Women Rising Radio presents Part Two of our two-part miniseries on Antinuclear Abolitionists. In Part One we profiled women struggling to eliminate nuclear weapons and war. In Part Two we profile activists working to eliminate nuclear energy, including power plants, uranium mining, nuclear waste storage and new research in nuclear power. Claire Greensfelder, formerly director of Greenpeace’s Nuclear Free Future campaign; Aileen Mioko Smith, director of Green Action Japan; and Ursula Sladek, a mother and teacher who took over her town’s energy grid and made a giant, cooperative renewable energy company.
Women Rising Radio 32: Antinuclear Abolitionists Part two
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