Make a difference in the challenge to confront global warming and prevent nuclear war and the development and use of nuclear weapons.
Call on Congress to give the same tax benefits to clean, healthy, renewable wind energy that they do to dirty fossil and nuclear fuels.
Time: 8:00 pm
Location: Student Center of Morningside College
Paul Deaton from Iowa City with Physicians for Social Responsibility will speak at 8 p.m., Nov. 2, in the Student Center of Morningside College. His talk, "From Hiroshima to Palo: Why Nuclear Non-proliferation Matters to Iowans," is sponsored by Morningside Civic Union and Siouxland Peace Coalition. It's free and open to the public.
"From Hiroshima to Palo" covers numerous direct connections between nuclear proliferation and Iowa. Palo is located near the Duane Arnold Energy Center, the only nuclear power plant in Iowa.
Deaton, a former U.S. Army officer, holds a Master's Degree in American Studies from the University of Iowa and is building support for a comprehensive nuclear test ban treaty.
Deaton has been speaking and writing about nuclear non-proliferation since retiring from CRST Logistics, Inc. as Director of Operations.
For more information call 712-444-2300.
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In March 2010, International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War and PSR docs Vic Sidel and Ira Helfand published a major new briefing paper on the global climate and health effects of nuclear war. Zero is the only option was produced for the 2010 Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference. Read more »
PowerPoint presentation on how nuclear weapons put the United States at risk today--and how we can reduce and eventually eliminate the danger posed by the thousands of nuclear weapons still stockpiled in nuclear arsenals, the tons of nuclear bomb making material vulnerable to theft by extremists, and the specter of more nations potentially seeking nuclear weapons. Read more »
Inside this issue: the Environmental Health Policy Institute; New START victory; coal ash health threats; and 2009 Financial Statement. Read more »