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A Mountian of Waste 70 Years High:
Ending the Nuclear Age
Key Drey
 Dale Lehman/WZRD  Contact Contributor
Dec. 7, 2012, 11:21 p.m.
Key Drey speaks of her nearly 40 years as an activist researching and fighting the nuclear power industry and its partner in poisoning our environment, the Pentagon. She is a board member of Beyond Nuclear and of the Great Rivers Environmental Law Center in St. Louis. She has written about the dangers of nuclear energy and radioactive waste like radioactive hydrogen (tritium) and advocated for the closure of nuclear power plants and uranium facilities. She was active in the civil rights work before focusing on nuclear power.
Nuclear Energy Information Service -
Beyond Nuclear
Opening talk at a conference on the radioactive nightmare resulting from 70 years of power and weapons production. With no safe place to put reactor waste and large areas of the mid Continent contaminated with uranium mine tailing dust, the NRC still allows more nuclear waste to be made. Activists gathered to share their campaigns at Ending the Nuclear Age.

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