Unite against Germany’s “unethical effort” to kill European Nuclear

Mike Shellenberger of Environmental Progress is organising a public event to draw attention to the need for nuclear power to save the climate — and to what he calls “Germany’s unethical effort to kill Europe’s most important source of clean energy”.

Along with Amardeo Sarma, a leader of the pro-science movement in Germany, he is hosting a strategy meeting for pro-nuclear activists in Amsterdam, September 1 to 2.

Do you agree with Mike?

 

Please let me know by email or via the comment box below if you would be interested in attending this event, so we can coordinate an Irish response.

Full details of the event are in the Twitter thread he posted today which is reproduced below.

 

2. Over the last 2.5 years, Environmental Progress has helped prevent 14 nuclear reactors around the world from being replaced by fossil fuels

No other environmental organization has saved more clean energy than EP — and we have done so on an annual budget well under $1 million

3. During that time, we have learned what works — and what doesn’t — to save nuclear plants. EP is taking that same winning recipe to Europe.

Toward that end, we are inviting our European allies to help us organize a “day of action” in defense of nuclear power this fall.

4. We are looking for people willing to roll up their sleeves and help organize a public event that draws attention to the need for nuclear power to save the climate — and to Germany’s unethical effort to kill Europe’s most important source of clean energy.

 

5Germany’s @amardeo Sarma, a leader of the pro-science movement in Germany, and I are co-hosting a strategy meeting for pro-nuclear activists in Amsterdam, September 1 to 2. We have scheduled the meeting so that volunteers from across Europe can attend.

 

6. Are you interested in participating? If so please email EP’s Paris Wines briefly stating how you heard about the meeting, who you are, and why you want to attend.

Paris@environmentalprogress.org.

7. And, either way, I hope you will consider making a contribution to saving European nuclear plants.

We need to raise $50,000 to make things happen on the ground. I promise we will make that little bit of money go a very long way.

Onward!

Author: Administrator

Denis Duff is a Chartered Engineer with a lifetime's experience in most aspects of electricity production - power station design, construction, commissioning, operation, maintenance and decommissioning - with experience also of power purchase contracts and management development. He has worked with Wind, Hydro, Oil, Gas and Peat in Ireland, Asia and Africa.

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