Public Meeting of the NRC Petition Review Board
The US Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) is not the most public of Federal government agencies. In fact, one might say that they prefer culturally to remain secretive and hidden from public view. They summarize their mission as "Protecting People and the Environment." But any scrutiny at all will quickly reveal that their main concern is with protecting the financial interests of the nuclear power industry, and that their concern with public safety is just 'lip service.'
As a result, in the US we have about the worst situation on the short and long term 'safe storage' of what is called 'spent nuclear fuel' in the world.
At this meeting Paul Blanch (recognized nuclear expert) and Stuart Scott (ecological advocate, strategist, and teacher at large) will challenge the NRC's Petition Review Board asking questions that the NRC will likely not answer, and presenting facts that the NRC will likely not want to hear.
We are inviting public to attend from all over the US, North America, and the EU zone, since many of the same problems exist in other places than America. But in America we have the dubious distinction of having the highest concentration of unsafe nuclear waste storage facilities on the planet.
For further details on how to attend, see http://FacingFuture.Earth/NRC since the NRC has made it confusing and cumbersome to attend by separating the audio and video streams, and requiring two separate logins to receive both
WebEx videoconference with separate Teleconference
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