June 21, 2013

"Pandora" Director: What Are They Scared Of?

Robert Stone, Slate


Robert Stone

My film Pandora’s Promise has, not surprisingly, generated a heated debate among my fellow environmentalists. That’s a good thing. But the guardians of environmental orthodoxy are up in arms because my film questions their perceived wisdom about how to tackle the danger of climate change. They don’t want you to see this film.

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TAGGED: Pandora's Promise, Environmentalists, Nuclear Energy

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