Public Meeting – Saxmundham
Sizewell C – the key environmental and other issues of concern
A FREE seminar for councillors, council officers, concerned interest groups and members of the public on the issues around developing a new nuclear reactor at Sizewell
Simon Barnes, prominent environmentalist and commentator – Why is building Sizewell C an environmental risk?
Ben McFarland, Suffolk Wildlife Trust – Sizewell C: threats to protected species and habitats
Rachel Fulcher, Suffolk Coastal Friends of the Earth – Nature, health and well-being – potential impacts of Sizewell C
Linda Pentz Gunter, Beyond Nuclear International – Nuclear power and systemic harm to animals and nature – the international
Pete Wilkinson, Chair of Together Against Sizewell C (TASC), on behalf of TASC and Theberton and Eastbridge Action Group on Sizewell (TEAGS) – What are the other non-environmental risks in developing Sizewell C?
Professor Andy Blowers, Chairman of Blackwater Against New Nuclear Group (BANNG) – Sizewell C and Bradwell B and the likely effects of climate change
Registration 10:15am to 10:40am – finish 1:30pm
The Market Hall
29 High Street
Suffolk. IP17 1AF
Public Meeting – Colchester
New Nuclear Power Plants in England – the climate, siting, waste and finance risks of Bradwell B, Sizewell C and Hinkley Point C
A FREE seminar for councillors, council officers, NGOs and all those interested.
Councillor Mark Cory, (Leader Colchester Borough Council)
Councillor David Blackburn (Nuclear Free Local Authority – NFLA)
Sean Morris (NFLA)
Katy Attwater (Stop Hinkley)
Pete Wilkinson (Together Against Sizewell C – TASC)
Professor Andy Blowers (BANNG)
Professor Steve Thomas, Professor of Energy Policy Greenwich University
Registration 10:30am – finish 1:30pm
Public Meeting – A new nuclear power station at Bradwell – expensive, dangerous and unnecessary
Public Meeting in Maldon on 25 April, 2017
The meeting will be held in the United Reform Church Hall, Market Hill, Maldon, CM9 4PZ at 7.30 p.m. The title of the meeting is: ‘A new nuclear power station at Bradwell – expensive, dangerous and unnecessary’.
Three well-known experts will be speaking on why new nuclear power at Bradwell makes no sense. Professor Stephen Thomas of the University of Greenwich will argue that the project is too expensive and unlikely to happen; Professor Andy Blowers, Open University, Chair of BANNG and author of The Legacy of Nuclear Power (Routledge, 2017), will speak on why the Bradwell site is unacceptable; and Professor Keith Barnham, Nuclear and Solar Physicist of Imperial College, London and author of The Burning Answer: A User’s Guide to the Solar Revolution (Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 2015), will show why a renewables future is the way forward for energy.
United Reform Church Hall, Market Hill, Maldon, CM9 4PZ