On Sunday, June 27, an educational and interactive forum will explore the potential and need for nuclear and other advanced technologies to help address the on-rushing climate crisis. Friends from New Garden Meeting, Friendship Meeting and First Friends will host this forum by Zoom, starting at 2 p.m. Brett Rampal, a nuclear engineer with the Clean Air Task Force, will offer insights into how technologies, like hydrogen, carbon capture, small modular reactors and fusion, are emerging to ‘decarbonize’ power-generation. Look for a Zoom link in up-coming newsletters.
For more information about the forum contact Bill McNeil. To learn more about opportunities and challenges of nuclear, renewables and other energy sources before the forum, here are some resources:
- Recycling used nuclear fuel: https://tinyurl.com/7vth3hpe
- TEDx Talk by Michael Shellenberger: Why I changed my mind about nuclear power (10 minutes) https://tinyurl.com/2vna9tst
- Resource shortages for global renewable energy implementation: ttps://tinyurl.com/3zeutxux
- Pandora’s Promise (86 minutes) https://tinyurl.com/fjfhnhac