In their work addressing the climate crisis, the Ecological Justice Working Group has growing concerns about the proposals to explore Small Nuclear Reactors as one possible solution. Here is chance to find out more:

Learn more about why the federal government’s plan to spend $50.5 Million funding for the untested/unproven Small Nuclear Reactor in New Brunswick, is a bad idea. Two webinars set up and co-hosted by the Coalition for Responsible Energy Development in NB (CRED NB). This is not “clean energy”.   Why is the federal government spending citizens’ tax dollars in this sector for an unknown, unproven technology?

Panel One – Registration is required, register here:
https://unbvirtualclasses.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_-RvkSs7aQTWEW4p4KNC2Ng

The Bay of Fundy:
Natural Wonder or Nuclear Industry Test Site?
Panel One: Monday, April 26, 2021

The 35th anniversary of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant disaster

7:30 to 9pm Atlantic time (6:30 to 8pm Eastern)

Panel:

Dr. Susan O’Donnell, University of New Brunswick
Introduction • moderator

Chief Hugh Akagi, Peskotomuhkati Nation
The Bay of Fundy and Peskotomuhkati peoples

Dr. Gordon Edwards, Canadian Coalition for Nuclear Responsibility
The Point Lepreau reactor vs. the experimental reactors for the Bay of Fundy site

Dr. Dale Dewar, Former Executive Director, Physicians for Global Survival
Chernobyl: What we learned about the health impacts from a nuclear disaster

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Panel Two – Registration is required, register here:
https://unbvirtualclasses.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_fm_WiiS5QzulNiFv0I_7ZA

The Bay of Fundy:
Natural Wonder or Nuclear Industry Test Site?
Panel Two: Thursday, April 29, 2021

7:30 to 9pm Atlantic time (6:30 to 8pm Eastern)

Panel:

Dr. Janice Harvey, St. Thomas University
Introduction • moderator

Dr. M.V. Ramana, University of British Columbia
The sodium-cooled and molten salt experimental nuclear reactors
planned for the Bay of Fundy site

Dr. Edwin Lyman, Union of Concerned Scientists (United States)
The experimental “recycling” of used nuclear fuel planned for the Bay of Fundy site

Chief Ron Tremblay, Wolastoq Grand Council
Resolution on Nuclear Energy and Nuclear Waste on Traditional Wolastoq Territory