NIRS invites you to Commemorate Chernobyl’s 31st Anniversary and to join our Nuclear-Free, Carbon-Free Contingent!
Nuclear Information and Resource Service (NIRS)
The next major day of action for climate justice is happening in just four days – the People’s Climate March on April 29! NIRS and grassroots groups across the country are organizing to bring the Nuclear-Free, Carbon-Free message to the forefront.
But first – join us for a live national briefing tomorrow about why the climate crisis demands Nuclear-Free, Carbon-Free solutions:
Chernobyl +31: From Nuclear Disaster to Renewable Energy Revolution
Wednesday, April 26
8pm Eastern (5pm Pacific)
This year’s Climate March is just three days after the 31st anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster. So there is no better time to talk about why we need to raise our voices for a Nuclear-Free AND Carbon-Free World.
The briefing is hosted by NIRS and Beyond Nuclear, and will include presenters with first-hand experience of Chernobyl’s impact on Ukraine, as well as Germany energy expert Max Gruenig, of the Ecologic Institute US, on the way Chernobyl inspired Germany to begin the transition to renewable energies, laying the foundation for the global clean energy revolution.
We hope you can join us tomorrow night – and then march with us in the streets on Saturday!
We urge you to join us in DC or a Climate March near you – find all of the details for Saturday and in cities around the U.S. on our Nuclear-Free, Carbon-Free page on the People’s Climate March website. And organize with us on our Facebook page.
We march for a Nuclear-Free, Carbon-Free world to protect communities from the ravages of climate change … end the threats of radioactive contamination and nuclear catastrophe … to demand environmental and climate justice … promote a just and equitable transition to clean energy … break the dominance of dirty energy corporations … and build the sustainable, renewable, nuclear-free and carbon-free world we want and need.
Thanks for all you do!
The NIRS Team
Lyn Griffith Taylor