Eben Harrell

Harvard University

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Associate at the Project on Managing the Atom in the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at Harvard Kennedy School; former reporter in the London Bureau of Time magazine

Eben Harrell on KCRW

Sixty years ago, the former Soviet Union started conducting nuclear tests in a remote area of Eastern Kazakhstan. Much of the plutonium residue never disappeared.

Hunting Down Nuclear Waste Leads to a 'Plutonium Mountain'

Sixty years ago, the former Soviet Union started conducting nuclear tests in a remote area of Eastern Kazakhstan. Much of the plutonium residue never disappeared.

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Twenty-five years ago today, reactor number 4 at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in what's now Ukraine melted down.

Chernobyl 25 Years Later: Lessons for Fukushima

Twenty-five years ago today, reactor number 4 at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in what's now Ukraine melted down.

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