"Boulder has been very, very good to me," says Harvey Wasserman, back for his sixteenth conference here. "As an ecological pioneer, it's a role model for all Ohioans."
Wasserman is focused on shutting down the nuclear power industry and saving what's left of the green planet. An activist, journalist, and radio commentator, his five books range from U.S. history and the rise of the No Nukes movement to the grim realities of atomic radiation and utility deregulation.
Father of six daughters, co-founder of numerous grassroots citizen groups, and passionate ecologist, Wasserman lives in central Ohio and offers senior advice to Greenpeace USA and the Nuclear Information & Resource Service. "Pick a battle to save the planet and win it," he says. "It's better than…”