Every ten years or so, the nuclear establishment trots out a proposal to offload some of its so-called low-level waste—radioactive metals, concrete, soil, plastics, and other materials—onto the public. In the past, this idea was met with outrage and was stopped. But as the nation’s nuclear garbage pile continues to grow, the pressure to release some of it into commerce—and thus our daily lives—mounts.
From living bridges, to the world’s cheapest light bulb – bright ideas to rethink our environment.
From Living Bridges, to the World’s Cheapest Light bulb – Bright Ideas to Rethink our Environment