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.
During the 21st Century, even the world's poorest people will achieve modern living standards. As a result, global energy consumption will triple. Solar and wind can't meet the challenge alone. Is it time for environmentalists to rethink nuclear?
An audience favorite at the Sundance Film Festival, PANDORA’S PROMISE asks whether the one technology we fear most could save our planet from a climate catastrophe.
You're invited to a screening of the film, followed by a Q&A with Director Robert Stone and Breakthrough Institute President Michael Shellenberger.
Join us for the opening reception of Seattle's first interdisciplinary exhibit exploring elements of the nuclear age, science, Hanford history, their thread through our lives and their bearing on the Columbia River and natural world.Contributing visual and literary artists include Mike Bristow, Janice Camp, Dianne Dickeman, T. Michael Gardiner, William Witherup, Steven Gilbert, Nancy Dickeman, Ruth Yarrow and others.
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