Seattle Friends of Fission, Energy Northwest, Cascadia Climate Action, Ada's Technical Books, and Mothers for Nuclear present:
Making the Case for Nuclear Energy in the 21st Century
Leading scientists and world bodies now say climate change goals will not be
achieved without a significant role for nuclear energy, both existing and new
resources. But how can nuclear energy make a difference given the challenges it
faces, some real and some imagined?
Join us for a lively discussion featuring a panel of experts with national and
This Climate Science on Tap event will bring three local climate researchers to present and answer questions about the latest on how salmon will be impacted by warming stream water and changes in seasonal flow around the Pacific Northwest. The event is co-sponsored by Cascadia Climate Action and Puget Soundkeepers Alliance with media sponsor KBCS and support from Peddler Brewing. Puget Soundkeepers Alliance will receive $1 for each pint sold to support their good work for the Sound ecosystem. Come early to enjoy the food truck, great beer and a Climate Trivia Game with prizes!
Growing evidence indicates that nuclear power will need to play a role in meeting the world’s increasing energy needs. Let’s put the risks of radiation from nuclear power in perspective. How much radiation do we live with all the time? Is a small amount, repeated over a long time, as deadly as a large amount? Is it safe to live next to a nuclear power plant? Bring your concerns and questions.
Yoram Bauman, founder and co-chair of the Yes on I-732 campaign, will explain the economics of putting a price on carbon. He will be joined by UW climate scientist Rachel White, who will address how global energy fueled by carbon has caused the planet and humaity to be facing a global warming crisis. Leran how I-732's price on carbon is designed to help prevent worse climate disruption.
Grab a beer and a bite to eat while getting informed for voting November. Bring your questions! Enjoy the discussion!
Hear from candidates Pramila Jayapal and Brady Walkinshaw, regarding their positions on climate change, carbon pricing, green jobs, clean energy, and more! This important seat for US Congressional District #7 is being vacated by long term Representative Jim McDermott. All ages welcome! Doors open at 6:00pm.
Free admission and open to the public. Grab a pint of beer and learn about the candidates! Sponsored by Citizens Climate Lobby and Cascadia Climate Action.