Kathleen Jessop

Our Future Can Be Nuclear, Provided We Don’t Give Into the Toxicity of Fear

To the generation before mine, nuclear power was something that could spell the end of mankind. With that almost assured, I’d say it’s time for a rethink.    Environmental activists, community members, and world leaders have become highly vocal as of late, as we see how humanity’s carbon footprint is set to change ecological well-being, create ... Read the full article
Kathleen Jessop

Kathleen Jessop is a 20-something radio journalist living in Werribee, Melbourne. When she's not on the air in Geelong, she is painting, drinking a crisp G&T, or bragging about her AFL team. Kathleen grew up in Melbourne's outer north and has lived in three cities and two regional areas.

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