Ellen Vanco

Nuclear Energy and Climate Change Project Manager, Union of Concerned Scientists

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Nuclear Energy and Climate Change Project Manager for the Union of Concerned Scientists in Washington, DC; former director of communications and government affairs for the North American Electric Reliability Council

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It's been 30 years since a nuclear reactor was built in the US.

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Revving Up the Debate over Nuclear Energy

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