Nuclear operators at Fukushima and San Onofre say that releasing radioactive wastewater is the best method of managing the nuclear waste – but is this truly the only option?
Co-founders of Save the Pacific Ocean, Mico Malecki and Eva Frye, along with Director of the University of Hawaii’s Kewalo Marine Laboratory, Dr. Bob Richmond, think otherwise. Save the Pacific Ocean has collaborated with leading scientists to identify scientifically sound, economically viable, and environmentally superior alternatives for our oceans.
Join Samuel Lawrence Foundation’s First Friday Webinar on October 6, 11:30am: “Save the Pacific Ocean From Radioactive Wastewater,” to learn about the ongoing radioactive wastewater releases, the dangers of radionuclides like tritium, and viable alternatives to wastewater releases that could save the Pacific Ocean—from Fukushima to San Onofre.
This live discussion is part of Samuel Lawrence Foundation’s First Friday Series. Moderated by Brooklyn Story Lab CEO Lance Gould.