Nuclear Waste – What Can Government’s Do To Protect Living Things?

Invite to a FREE Screening this Tuesday, February 21st of the Film – CONTAINMENT

Hosted by the Sierra Club Niagara Group of Buffalo/Western New York

Posted February 20th, 2017 on Niagara At Large

imagesBuffalo, New York – The film Containment discusses the intractable problem of what to do with long-lived nuclear waste and how we might protect humans and other living things from hazardous waste exposure, now and into the future.

Following the film there will be a  panel discussion of the West Valley Nuclear Waste Facility, our very own nuclear waste storage site 30 miles south of Buffalo.

Come See CONTAINMENT

 Free & Open to the Public 6:30PM, TUESDAY, February 21st DAEMEN COLLEGE ~ Schenck Hall (Rm. 107) 4380 Main Street, Amherst, New York – clear here for directions on  [Map] – Panel Discussion after the Film

Hosted by: Sierra Club Niagara Group with NIRS, CEC, SNI/WaterWalkerz,   Daemen College Global & Local Sustainability Program, and Paul A. Saffrin Center for Sustainability & Civic Engagement.

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