Reclaiming Power: Remembering the Fukushima Accident and Combating Nuclear Threats in CNY

March 11, 2012 - 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM

A year ago, multiple nuclear meltdowns and explosions in Japan exposed thousands to life-threatening radiation in Japan. One year after the disaster, reactors just like those that exploded in Japan continue to operate just 36 miles from Syracuse. The US government and nuclear industry promised to learn the lessons from Fukushima and prevent similar accidents here. But in reality, nothing has changed, except we now know that nuclear plants in Central New York are more dangerous than previously thought.

Find out about the Fukushima-style reactors in Central New York and what you can do about them.

with Paul Gunter from Beyond Nuclear (Washington, DC)
Tim Judson from Citizens’ Awareness Network (New York, NY)
and Physics Professor Steve Penn (Syracuse, NY)

Free and Open to the Public

Sponsored by the Alliance for a Green Economy