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40th. Anniversary of Three Mile Island’s Nuclear Power Disaster

 

In this visual episode of WBAI FM radio’s Eco-Logic, hosts Ken Gale  and Donna Stein talk with 2 people about the 40th. anniversary of the Pennsylvania Three Mile Island (TMI) nuclear power disaster.

Dr. Heidi Hutner, teacher, videographer, film producer, writer, environmentalist, at Stonybrook University, and Diane D’Arrigo, director of the Nuclear Waste Project at the Wash., D.C., based Nuclear Information and Referral Service (NIRS), discuss the past, present and future of nuclear energy usage.  They all are accompanied by Joel Landy, musician and song writer, who precedes and follows them with interesting songs and lyrics.

For more info:

Eco-Logic:  www.ecoradio.org

Dr. Heidi Hutner

Sustainability Studies Program, English, Women’s and Gender Studies

Stony Brook University

Stony Brook, NY 11743

631-786-5763

website: HeidiHutner.com

For The Movie:  Accidents Can Happen:  The Movie

https://www.accidentscanhappenthefilm.com/

Diane D’Arrigo

Radioactive Waste Project Director

Nuclear Information and Referral Service (NIRS)

http://www.nirs.org

Joel Landy

Songs of Freedom program on most NYC Public Access Cable TV

The Environment TV:  www.theenvironmenttv.com

  

About Charlie Olson (78 Articles)
Co-Founder of The Environmenttv.com Co-Founder of Environmental News and Views, Channel 74 Westchester Co-Producer of The Environment TV, Manhattan Neighborhood Network Member of The Collective, WBAI 99.5 FM radio Assistant to producer, Environmental Issues, Staten Island Community TV

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