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Sierra Club NYC Group Sustainability Series, CFS: Unseen and Everywhere - RADIATION: Fracking to Chernobyl, Fukushima, Indian Point
Radiation is naturally occurring and “person-made,” from low level to deadly high. There are many types and levels, but NO SAFE AMOUNT. We will look at radiation and health. You will learn how people are being exposed to radiation not only from nuclear power but also from the use of frack water as a deicer on roads.

This webinar will also touch upon the global safety and security issues associated with radiation. Could Chernobyl become “reactivated?” Will Japan dump tons of radiated water from the Fukushima accident into the Pacific Ocean? Is the decommissioning of Indian Point safe? How and where is nuclear waste being stored? These and other questions will be addressed by our speakers.

BARBARA ARRINDELL - Director of Damascus Citizens Sustainability (DCS). With her background in bioengineering and 2nd role as DCS’s Chief Science Officer, she led DCS in a wakeup call to the East Coast on fracking dangers, later made DCS a major influence in banning fracking in NYS, 2021 in the Delaware River Basin. In “Unseen and Everywhere: Radiation,” Arrindell will awaken us to the hazards of radioactive frack waste.

CYNTHIA FOLKERS - Since joining Beyond Nuclear in 2007, Cynthia Folkers has focused on ionizing radiation and its impact on health and the environment, from both a scientific and historical perspective. She advocates for fully protecting the health of females and early life stages in the face of uncertain health outcomes. Cynthia earned an M.S. in Environmental Science from John Hopkins University.

MICHEL LEE, attorney, works in N. Y. with the Council on Intelligent Energy & Conservation Policy (CIECP), Promoting Health and Sustainable Energy (PHASE), serves on the Board of the Nuclear Information and Resource Service (NIRS), an industry watchdog organization based in the Washington DC area www.NIRS.org, and is a member of the Nuclear Consulting Group (NCG), an international, inter-
disciplinary think tank, http://www.nuclearconsult.com/about/

May 11, 2022 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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