Don Hancock, one of country's leading experts on nuclear waste, discusses the proposed transfer of high-level radioactive waste from the Hanford site in Washington state to the WIPP site in Southern New Mexico.
"If we’re going to solve the problem of water in the Middle Rio Grande, it can’t be one agency that does it. It has to be all of us." By The Utton Transboundary Resources Center Editor's note: This interview is part of the Utton Center's latest Environmental Flows Bulletin written by Laura Paskus.
"And I want to pay tribute to those young revolutionary women, murdered after giving birth, who continue to tell their stories, with their own DNA, from beyond their unknown graves." International Women’s Day 2014