Actor Alec Baldwin will moderate a December 8 symposium hosted by the Environmental Law Clinic at Rutgers School of Law–Newark on the safety, health, and environmental threats posed by the Oyster Creek Nuclear Power Plant, located in Lacey Township. Exelon, owner and operator of the facility, has applied to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission for a 20-year extension of its operating license. The Rutgers clinic represents the Stop Relicensing of Oyster Creek Coalition in legal action opposing the relicensing.
“Oyster Creek Nuclear Power Plant: The Truth Revealed: A Symposium and Call to Action” will feature experts on Oyster Creek and on nuclear power who will give presentations on problems with the plant in five areas: safety, terrorism, environment, health, and Exelon’s operation of the facility. The symposium will conclude with a discussion moderated by Alec Baldwin on actions citizens can take to prevent the relicensing of Oyster Creek.
|What:||“Oyster Creek Nuclear Power Plant: The Truth Revealed: A Symposium and Call to Action”|
|Who:||Alec Baldwin, moderator
Richard Webster, staff attorney, Rutgers Environmental Law Clinic and Eastern Environmental Law Center – Safety issues
Robert Alvarez, former senior policy adviser, U.S. Secretary of Energy – Spent fuel dangers and general vulnerability
Julia Huff, staff attorney, Rutgers Environmental Law Clinic, and executive director, Eastern Environmental Law Center – Marine impacts
Joe Mangano, executive director, Radiation and Public Health Project – Health issues
Paul Gunter, Nuclear Information and Resource Service (NIRS) – Exelon’s pattern of deception and incompetence
|When:||5:30 – 7 pm, Friday, December 8, 2006|
|Where:||Rutgers School of Law–Newark|