Biodiversity Webinar

Event Date: 7th October 2021
Location: Internet 7pm - 8.30pm

 7th October


 New nuclear power plants will cause irreparable loss to biodiversity and
harm and destroy wild places and the creatures who live there. Existing
nuclear power plants, uranium mines and proposed and actual radioactive
waste sites do similar damage. Wildlife protection helped defeat the
proposed new nuclear power plant in Wales. Can the same tactic work to stop
other new reactor projects and nuclear waste dumps that threaten similar
damage? And are renewables any less harmful? We’ll be asking these
questions and more at our webinar—New Nuclear: What’s At Stake For
Wildlife? Join us on Thursday, October 7, 7pm-8:30pm UK time, 2pm-3:30pm US
Eastern time. Our guests include Craig Bennett, CEO of The Wildlife Trusts;
Juliet Davenport, founder of Good Energy; Jonathon Porritt, former director
of Friends of the Earth UK, and Diana Quick, actor and Stop Sizewell
activist. The discussion will be moderated by Beyond Nuclear’s Linda Pentz
Gunter followed by questions from the audience. The event is co-hosted by
Beyond Nuclear, Greater Manchester & District CND, Nuclear Free Local
Authorities and Chernobyl Children’s Project UK. Register at the link

 Beyond Nuclear (accessed) 2nd Sept 2021

Join our web event, New Nuclear: What’s at Stake for Wildlife, to learn more about the destructive impacts of nuclear power plants on ecosystems, habitats and the creatures who live and depend on them. Our event is on October 7. Register hereto join, see local time and special guests.

Find out more – call Caroline on 01722 321865 or email us.