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Nuclear Winter: The Environmental Consequences of a Nuclear Exchange
The Samuel Lawrence Foundation, in partnership with Environmental Working Group, proudly presents renowned atmospheric scientist, Professor Brian Toon, in this informative Zoom webinar titled "Nuclear Winter: The Environmental Consequences of a Nuclear Exchange."
The webinar was broadcasted live on April 7th at 11:30 am PST / 2:30 pm EST, and features Professor Toon, providing a scientific assessment of the environmental risks and global impact of a nuclear exchange. The event was be moderated by Dr. Paul Dorfman, Chair of Nuclear Consulting Group and Research Fellow at SPRU University of Sussex, UK. Click the button below to learn more, or read the transcript of this unforgettable and informative talk.
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No Miracles Needed:
How Today's Technology Can Save Our Climate and Clean Our Air - a discussion with Mark Jacobson and Ken Cook
On March 3rd, the Samuel Lawrence Foundation's First Friday series hosted a thought-provoking webinar featuring two of the most influential environmental leaders of our time. In this free and open-to-the-public event, Stanford University Professor Mark Z. Jacobson discusses his groundbreaking book "No Miracles Needed: How Today's Technology Can Save Our Climate and Clean Our Air". Moderated by Ken Cook, President and Cofounder of Environmental Working Group (EWG), the webinar explores the most pressing climate issues facing our planet today.
We're proud to have presented this enlightening conversation. If you missed this insightful discussion, don't worry— you can still watch the recording, read the transcript, and learn from the expertise of these top environmental voices by clicking the button below.
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NUCLEAR SAFETY ISSUES
A primary focus of the Samuel Lawrence Foundation is the environmental threat arising from nuclear waste.
"Targeting of Civilians Is Now the Ugly Norm"
By: Roger Johnson