Nuclear Security

Radioactive nuclear waste is a global threat. These scientists may have a new solution

Radioactive waste must be secured for a minimum of 300 years, some of it for hundreds of thousand of years

What are we to do with the unnecessary, deadly remnants of our Cold War belligerence? Image: REUTERS/Gleb Garanich

Franklin Servan-Schreiber
Senior Associate, Earthmind
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