Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Gregory Jaczko Fukushima Lessons for California

You do not have to be against nuclear power,
to be against restarting the San Onofre nuclear power plant. 


Lessons for California from Gregory Jaczko, Former Chairman of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission


In this segment the Former Chairman of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, shares his views on nuclear safety issues in the U.S. in the light of the on-going Fukushima disaster, and his view that San Onofre should not be restarted.

The public forum, held June 4, 2013 in the San Diego City Council chambers, was organized by Torgen Johnson.

In addition to Prime Minister Kan (ably translated by Cathy Iwane) speakers included:
Gregory Jaczko, Former Chairman of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission; Peter A. Bradford, former member of the NRC; and Kendra Ulrich, Friends of the Earth.

Captured by EON and reposted here as a public service.

Gregory Jaczko Fukushima Lessons for California
Nuclear Accidents Do Happen. ~ Gregory Jaczko