Community dialogue about Nuclear Radiation

Presented by the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom-Santa Cruz.

Has Fukushima radiation reached our beaches yet? Is it time to pull the plug on nuclear power plants?

Hear what credible scientists know about the safety of our shores and discuss the actions we should take to prevent nuclear disaster in the future.

Join our community dialogue about Nuclear Radiation, making the connection between science and anti-nuclear activism.
Speaker: Dr. Kai Vetter, Co-founder of Kelp Watch; Head Applied Nuclear Physics Program, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory will speak about what we know, if we need to worry, and what we can do. Followed by a question and answer session moderated by
Moderator: Dan Haifley, Exec. Director of O’Neill’s Sea Odyssey, 2011 Save Our Shores “Ocean Hero, and environmental activist. Followed by Speaker: Dan Hirsch, Lecturer on Nuclear Policy at UCSC, President of the nonprofit nuclear policy organization Committee to Bridge the Gap (between nuclear dangers and a sustainable future) will speak on what we should and can do about Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant. Followed by a discussion on possible actions we can take.
Co-Sponsors: Save Our Shores, Santa Cruz Sierra Club, Desal Alternatives This community program is free. Donations are welcome. For more information or transportation, please call[masked],

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  • janice

    Wss sick didntgo

    April 24, 2014

  • ninamo

    Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution is testing the first sample of water from Santa Cruz. We are waiting for the results.
    Citizen funded here:

    1 · April 15, 2014

  • Jukka

    Traditionally, when disasters, similar to Fukushima, is extreme widespread and semi-uncontrollable, as reaching along the entire shorelines of California, the federal governments policy is silence and secrecy of info in order to avoid possible mass-panic and consequent hopeless evacuation of masses...

    April 14, 2014

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