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Policy Forum Explores Nuclear Energy at JSU

Dr. Patrick Moore, Co-Chair, Clean and Safe Energy discusses the future of nuclear with Rep. George Flaggs and representatives from Alcorn, Entergy Nuclear, Mississippi Development Authority and Advance Mississippi

What: Nuclear Policy Forum

When: Tuesday, January 19, 2010
10:00 – 11:30 am

Where: Jackson State University; Jackson, Mississippi
School of Engineering Auditorium

Dr. Patrick Moore: Co-Chair, CASEnergy Coalition
Representative George Flaggs, Jr. (D-Vicksburg)
Glenn McCullough, Jr.: Chairman, Advance Mississippi
Dr. Sam Aceil: Program Director, Health Physics and Nuclear, Alcorn State University
Dr. Motice Bruce: Energy Division, Mississippi Development Authority
Donna Jacobs: Senior Vice President; Planning, Development and Oversight; Entergy Nuclear

Details: McCullough will moderate this forum discussion on current nuclear energy policy and the future of advanced nuclear technology for Mississippi and the United States.

For many years as one of the founders of Greenpeace, Dr. Patrick Moore opposed nuclear energy. Today, as Co-Chairman of the CASEnergy Coalition, Dr. Moore advocates for sustainable environmental and energy policies and has become an advocate of nuclear energy. Dr. Moore is visiting Mississippi in advance of National Nuclear Science Week to present his unique perspective on nuclear energy.

The event is open to the press and public.

Advance Mississippi’s (www.advancemississippi.com) mission is to advocate for sensible energy policy that will fuel economic opportunity in Mississippi, and educate policy makers, business and community leaders, and the general public about superior energy policies that will foster economic growth.

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One comment

  1. Moore is not a “founder” of Greenpeace, as that organization has pointed out repeatedly. He is, however, a paid shill for the Nuclear Energy Institute. Let’s make sure everyone is putting all of their cards on the table. Misleading people about your past and hiding who pays your bills today is no way to have an intelligent debate.

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