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 
 The Hanford Nuclear Site in Eastern…

Tunnel collapses at Washington plutonium plant

A collapsing tunnel at America's most radioactive nuclear site in Washington State near the Colombia River Photos courtesy Hanford Nuclear Site The Hanford Nuclear Site in Eastern…

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