Monday, March 3, 2014, at 5:30 – 7:30 pm.
Third Anniversary Fukushima Commemoration
Location: University Club of Santa Barbara, 1332 Santa Barbara St., Santa Barbara. Free and open to the public! Complementary wine & beverages, crudité & cheese platters. Cash bar available.
- Barbara Gaughen-Muller, President, United Nations Association – USA / Santa Barbara & Tri-Counties Chapter, will speak on Fukushima and the Santa Barbara Protocol.
- Sawada Gyosen, a Buddhist monk from Japan, who will undertake a Fukushima Memorial Walk, departing Santa Barbara on March 4 and arriving at Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant on March 11.
- Jerry B. Brown, Ph.D., Director, Safe Energy Project, World Business Academy, who will release the results of the Academy’s Diablo Canyon Radiation-Health Study.
The UNA-USA was founded in 1947 to promote stronger U.S. involvement in the United Nations. Our local chapter of the UNA-USA holds quarterly educational programs with speakers for the benefit of our members and the public. For more information, please read about us or contact the chapter by e-mailing email@example.com.
The Santa Barbara Protocol, adopted by the UNA-Santa Barbara Board following the UN Day activites of October 24, 2013, calls for the following:
Recommended Websites for Fukushima Background Information
Christina Consolo's report on the threat of spreading radiation
Click here to download and review the PowerPoint that
Stephen Hosea showed at our UN Day gathering. It is a large
(17.5MB) file, which may take ~2 minutes to download. Be patient!
– Watch this Web site for more information –