Bruno Comby

Founding President, Environmentalists for Nuclear Energy

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Nuclear physicist; Founder and President of Environmentalists for Nuclear Energy, an international nonprofit advocacy organization based outside Paris, France; author of several books, including Environmentalists for Nuclear Energy

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It's been 50 years since America's first nuclear meltdown in the Santa Susana Mountains, between the San Fernando and Simi Valleys.

LA's Own Nuclear Meltdown Revisited

It's been 50 years since America's first nuclear meltdown in the Santa Susana Mountains, between the San Fernando and Simi Valleys.

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