Reconsidering Nuclear Power
Not long ago, nuclear power was unthinkable among environmentalists, particularly in California, where a moratorium on new power plants has put a lid on the industry for thirty years. But that sentiment may be changing.
You may listen to the "Reconsidering Nuclear Power" Radio report online.
Amy Standen is a Reporter for QUEST and Radio News at KQED-FM.
Category: Energy, Engineering, Environment, Physics, Radio
As a radio reporter for KQED Science, Amy's grappled with archaic maps, brain fitness exercises, albino redwood trees, and jet-lagged lab rats, as well as modeled a wide variety of hard hats and construction vests. Long before all that, she learned to cut actual tape interning for a Latin American news show at WBAI in New York, then took her first radio job as a producer for Pulse of the Planet
. Since then, Amy has been an editor at Salon.com
, the editor of Terrain Magazine, and has produced stories for NPR, Living on Earth, Philosophy Talk, and Pop Up Magazine. She's also a founding editor of Meatpaper Magazine