America’s nuclear waste is accumulating at over seventy sites in 39 states – but there is no clear way forward for its final disposal.
An international cast of experts explains how the U.S. nuclear waste program arrived at gridlock – and suggest some steps that may be taken to move the program forward.
This video was recorded as part of Stanford University’s “Reset of U.S. Nuclear Waste Management Strategy and Policy Series,” held at the Center for International Security and Cooperation on September 30–October 1, 2015.
The program is sponsored by the Freeman-Spogli Institute of International Studies and the Precourt Energy Institute.
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