Thursday, January 06, 2011

Radio interviews on Denison Mines uranium mining

Phoenix public radio station KZJJ posted an audio interview about Denison Mines' uranium mining plans in northern Arizona. As they say on the website, "Here and Now's Steve Goldstein talks to Laurel Morales of KJZZ's Changing America Desk in Flagstaff about the upcoming proposal to mine uranium near the Arizona-Utah border. Henry Darwin, interim director of the DEQ, and Roger Clark, director of the Grand Canyon Trust's Air Quality and Clean Energy programs, join the discussion."

Yesterday, Flagstaff public radio KNAU ran the interview with Clark, Abe Springer at NAU, and others on the issue and the upcoming public hearing in Flagstaff.

[right, head frame of Denison Mine's Arizona #1 uranium mine in northern Arizona that began operation in December 2009]

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