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An Evening in Seattle With Paul Gunter, Director of the Reactor Oversight Project

Wednesday, February 27th, 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm, Feb 27th 2013
Paul Gunter, reknowned expert on nuclear issues, is currently focusing on the lessons learned from Fukushima including the safety risks of the Mark I and Mark II boiling reactors. In Washington State, we face a dilemma: Seattle City Light owns a portion of the Columbia Generating Station, a Mark II reactor. This nuclear power plant is located in the Hanford Reservation on the Columbia River. Paul will be detailing the consequences of continuing to operate this nuclear power plant that only generates 3.9% of our state's electricity. Join us for a discussion in Seattle of the facts concerning our region's only nuclear power plant. There will be time for questions. Learn more about the Sierra Club's Nuclear-Free Campaign

 

Where:

University Lutheran Church (Free Parking in the Church lot)

1604 NE 50th St.

Seattle, Washington

Note: Mr. Gunter will also be speaking in Vancouver WA on Feb 28th. Learn more here.

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