Dr. Gregory Button is a nationally recognized expert on disasters who has been studying extreme events for over thirty years. As a reporter and producer for public radio he covered and reported on the Three Mile Island nuclear accident, the controversy surrounding Love Canal and the eruption of Mount St. Helens. He has also been a U.S. Congressional Fellow in the Senate. He is currently a faculty member in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and a Co-Director of the Center for the Study of Social Justice.
NPR interview of Gregory Button on impacts to Native Americans regarding BP oil spill.
Gregory Button on the BP Spill interviewed by KnoxViews.
Gregory Button article in CounterPunch on the TVA Ash Spill.
WUOT Podcast interview on BP oil spill.
Button interview in The Root about the BP Escrow Account.
Alexandra Cousteau interviews Dr. Button about oil spills and history repeating itself.
Dr. Button's Op-ed piece on Knoxnews.com
Interview with WWNO in New Orleans http://www.publicbroadcasting.net/wwno/news.newsmain/article/6848/0/1737896/The.Sound.of.Books/Gregory.Button's.New.Book.'Disaster.Culture.Knowledge.and.Uncertainty.in.the.Wake.of.Human.and.Environmental.Catastrophe'
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