What CA Can Learn from Fukushima - Pt. 2 - Gregory Jaczko





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Published on Jun 18, 2013

This is Pt. 2 of EON's direct coverage of the public forum, held June 4, 2013 in the San Diego County Board Chambers with special thanks to San Diego County Supervisor Dave Roberts. It was organized by Torgen Johnson and Junko Abe with the help of the Samuel Lawrence Foundation, Gary and Laurie Headrick of San Clemente Green, Sandra Bartsch, and Olive PR Solutions. Co-sponsorship was from Friends of the Earth(FoE) and Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR).

[ Note: We previously posted excerpts of the av4b.com webcast of this event. This footage presented here was shot and edited by EON's Southern California Team, Morgan Peterson and Laurent Malaquais. ]

In this segment, Gregory Jaczko, 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.

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


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