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What Happened at Fukushima - Why It Can Happen Here

June 16, 2011
Boston, Massachusetts

What Happened at Fukushima -
Why It Can Happen Here

Thursday, June 16, 2011
6:00 to 8:00 p.m.

Boston Room
BOSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY
700 Boylston Street
Copley Square
Boston, MA 02116


Forum Sponsors

  • Conservation Law Foundation
  • Union of Concerned Scientists
  • Physicians for Social Responsibility
  • Clean Water Action
  • Toxic Action Center
  • Environmental Massachusetts
  • Boston MCAN
  • Pilgrim Watch
  • Friends of the Coast
  • Massachusetts Peace Action
  • Sierra Club

Speakers

David Lochbaum
Director of Nuclear Safety
Union of Concerned Scientists

Arnie Gundersen
Chief Engineer Fairewinds Associates

Richard Clapp
Professor Emeritus of Environmental Health
Boston University School of Public Health


C-10 Envisions a Clean, Safe, Sustainable Energy Future


For more information:

978-465-6646  ||  info@C-10.org  ||  http://c-10.org

  PDF of Forum flyer

Resources

  • Video: Nuclear Health Risks

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  • Annual Report 2012

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  • Fukushima Disaster: Impacts & Continuing Threats

    More than two years since the nuclear disaster began at the Fukushima Daiichi reactors, its impact is massive and widespread. It will be decades before the full scope of the impacts of this ongoing disaster is fully understood but significant health, economic, environmental and social consequences are already evident and quantifiable. Read more »

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