This is the second episode in a four-part Keeping Things Alive Podcast series on nuclear waste and weapons, with a particular focus on Western New York.
Episode 32 of of the Keeping Things Alive Podcast features Laura’s conversation with Diane D’Arrigo. Diane is the Radioactive Waste Project Director at the Nuclear Information Research Service. Her main area of expertise is radioactive waste and radiation issues, and she also has international nuclear waste experience. She has been with NIRS since 1986, has a degree in chemistry and environmental studies, and has work experience in analytical chemistry and biological research.
Here are the shownotes, with links to more information on what is discussed during Laura’s conversation with Diane on nuclear waste:
- Nuclear Information Research Service
- NY Public Interest Research Group
- Seneca Nation of Indians
- Yucca Mountain
- NIRS Letter of Opposition to HR 3053
- University at Michigan Environmental Justice Case Study on Yucca Mountain and Shoshone Nation
- Article on Shipment of Nuclear Waste Across the Peace Bridge
- Oil, Chemical, and Atomic Energy Workers International Union
- DOE West Valley Demonstration Project website