Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station: A Panel Discussion Presented by Pilgrim Coalition

Three local nuclear safety advocates describe why citizens should be involved in decision-making around Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station in this video from a panel discussion on April 2, 2014 at the Duxbury, MA Senior Center. David Agnew of Cape Downwinders describes the great dangers and potential far-reach of a nuclear accident. Mary Lampert, the founder and director of Pilgrim Watch
http://pilgrimwatch.org describes the risks posed by the storage of spent nuclear fuel. And, Pine duBois, executive director of Jones River Watershed Association
http://jonesriver.org, articulates the great damage to marine life caused by the Pilgrim Station and explains the hazards presented by sea level rise. The moderator is Anna Baker, a founding member and chair of the Pilgrim Coalition
http://PilgrimCoalition.org.

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