Nuclear Hotseat #200! – QUEBEC SPECIAL: World Uranium Symposium & Uranium Film Festival

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SPECIAL REPORT
NUCLEAR HOTSEAT EXCLUSIVE! 

QUEBEC CITY — The world’s perception of nuclear issues shifted in mid-April in Quebec at the World Uranium Symposium and the Uranium Film Festival.  More than 300 participants from five continents, 20 countries – including South Africa, Mongolia, Australia, India, Mali, Cameroon, Greenland, Germany, and Japan – and more than 50 films from around the world came together to focus international attention on uranium issues.  Why uranium?  Because all things nuclear start with a shovel! 

  • April 14-16, the World Uranium Symposium made international news by issuing a jointly created Declaration of the World Uranium Symposium 2015.  This is HISTORIC, as for the first time our entire platform and position has been spelled out for all to read in a single document.  READ IT AND SIGN HERE 
  • Interviews with more than 20 activists, world experts, filmmakers and actors
  • Focus on Indigenous People’s rights and the need to protect their lands and health from uranium mining.Former Prime Minister of Japan Naoto Kan (r) and indigenous activist in Australia

URANIUM FILM FESTIVAL

  • More than 50 films from around the world on every aspect of the nuclear/uranium issue.
  • Gala Red Carpet Opening including performances by Cirque du Soleil. 
Libbe HaLevy gets steampunked by Cirque du Soleil at the Uranium Film Festival

Libbe HaLevy gets steampunked by Cirque du Soleil at the Uranium Film Festival

  • Special appearance by Hollywood favorite Ed Begley, Jr.
  • Reviews of films and interviews with filmmakers and cast.

AND IN CASE YOU’VE FORGOTTEN…

From June 14, 2011 to April 21, 2015 = 200 episodes of Nuclear Hotseat!

June 14, 2011 to April 21, 2015 =

200 episodes of Nuclear Hotseat!

 

 

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