Dan Hirsch

UC Santa Cruz / Committee to Bridge the Gap

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Dan Hirsch is director of the Program on Environmental and Nuclear Policy at the University of California, Santa Cruz and president of the Committee to Bridge the Gap.

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A collapsing tunnel at America's most radioactive nuclear site in Washington State near the Colombia River Photos courtesy Hanford Nuclear Site 
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Tunnel collapses at Washington plutonium plant

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