Loranger Square

Location

E 1st St, Monroe
48161
,
Michigan
48161
,
US

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Past Events

Thursday
Oct
16
2014
Thursday, October 16, 2014 from 4-8pm
4-8pm
Venue:
@
Loranger Square
Scary Nuclear Stories as told by anti-nuclear activist and safe-energy advocate Chris Williams, Nuclear Information and Resource Service board chair and former Director of Citizens Action Coalition of Indiana : Hospitality at 4 pm : Teach In at 6 pm : Slide Show at 7 pm Chris Williams comes to Monroe, Michigan straight from the People's Climate March. Over 400,000 hit the streets of New York on September 21st, a day that could make the history books. Chris is on a grassroots campaign for the upcoming battles against dirty, aging and uneconomic nuclear reactors of the 20th century that threaten to hold back deployment of clean energy technologies. Chris Williams is a long time sustainable energy policy activist. He is currently organizer for the Vermont Citizens Action Network, a grassroots organization working to close the Vermont Yankee nuclear station and replace it with sustainable energy generation. Chris has a 25 year history working with public interest organizations, and 18 years as executive director for Citizens Action Coalition of Indiana a consumer and environmental advocacy organization. Chris has extensive experience in public education campaigns concerning public utility regulation, energy policy and environmental policy. Come and find out why Fermi 2, and proposed Fermi 3, along with other nuclear plants are NOT the answer to climate change, why we need to shut them down immediately and what we can do to make that happen. Sponsored by Alliance to Halt Fermi 3, Beyond Nuclear, Citizens Resistance at Fermi 2, Don't Waste Michigan, Ohio Green Party, Toledo Coalition for Safe Energy Beyond Nuclear 6930 Carroll Avenue Suite 400, Takoma Park, MD 20912  For more info contact Kevin Kamps, Beyond Nuclear, (240) 462-3216, or kevin@beyondnuclear.org.