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“Fukushima: Lessons for the Northwest”
University United Methodist Temple Church, 1415 NE 43rd Ave., Seattle, 98105
Saturday, March 17, 2012, 9 AM – 3 PM
All sessions free and open to public (Free parking in parking lot, University Lutheran Church, 1604 50th St. NE, 98105)
Question and answer session follows each speaker.
8:45 AM REGISTRATION & SIGN IN
9 AM Introductions & poetry reading
9:15 Dr. Helen Caldicott “What We Learned From Fukushima”
10:45 (video conference) Robert Alvarez , Institute for Policy Studies
"Assessing Risk: Nuclear Spent Fuel”
12 Noon LUNCH BREAK (NO HOST)
1 PM (vid. con.) Dr. Arnie Gundersen, Fairewinds Associates
“Lessons for Hanford from Fukushima”
2 PM Tracy Bier, “Introducing Our Northwest Activist Groups”
• Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility,
• Heart of America of the Northwest
• Hanford Challenge
2:55 PM WRAP UP & Poetry Reading