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New England Coalition on Nuclear Pollution 46th Annual Meeting

Date & Time: 
Oct 21 2017 - 1:30pm - 5:30pm

What happens next is up to you.

Please bring yourself, your ideas, and your support to our Annual Meeting.

Bring a friend! The public is encouraged to attend.

NEC proudly welcomes David Kraft – educator, organizer, and founder/director of Nuclear Energy Information Service. David will speak to the issue of our times as we work to safely decommission Vermont Yankee. Our lineup also includes a video greeting from Winona LaDuke, executive director of Honor the Earth, a Native environmental advocacy organization; our own workhorse Ray Shadis; and Arnie Gundersen, director and chief engineer of Fairewinds Energy Education.

1:30 Mingling
2:00 NEC Members Meeting
3:00 Refreshment Break
3:15 Call to Action! – Winona LaDuke, Native environmentalist (video greeting)
3:30 Why are we here? – Ray Shadis, NEC Technical Advisor
3:45 Report from Fukushima: Contamination Update – Arnie Gundersen, Fairewinds Energy Education
4:15 The Last Wave - Decommissioning in the Age of Nuclear Retreat – David Kraft, Nuclear Energy Information Service
5:00 Q & A – Closing


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