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A Nuclear Tomorrow?

Wednesday, Oct 22, 2008

Don't miss Considering the Cost and Benefits of Nuclear Power: Pros and Cons of New Plants.

Today, the challenges of global warming, geo-strategic problems of access to fossil fuels and increasing world-wide demand for energy resources have ignited renewed controversy and a new sense of urgency over questions about expanding our reliance on nuclear power plants.

Sponsors: The Sallan Foundation, the Energy, Environmental Law and International Law Committees of the New York City Bar Association, and the Environmental Law Institute are event sponsors.

Introduction: Edna Sussman, Houget, Newman Regal & Kenney, LLP

Panelists:
An International Perspective
Maggie Lemmerman, Energy Policy Advisor, Global Issues Group, British Embassy, Washington, DC

Pro's and Con's of New Domestic Nuclear Energy
Robert Alvarez, Senior Scholar, Institute for Policy Studies
Carey W. Fleming, Senior Counsel, Constellation Energy Nuclear Group LLC
Dr. Edwin Lyman, Senior Staff Scientist, Global Security Program, Union of Concerned Scientists
Caren Byrd, Executive Director, Morgan Stanley, Investment Banking Division

Moderator: Eileen Millet, Gibbons PC

Closing Remarks: Nancy Anderson, Ph.D., Sallan Foundation

Date: Wednesday, October 22, 2008 8-11:30 am (with breakfast 8:30- 9 am)

Location: New York City Bar Association, Great Hall, 42 West 44th Street

RSVP: The event is free and open to the public, but registration is required. To register, e-mail Judith Wallace, wallace@clm.com. For any additional information, please contact Chris Fazio, fazio@clm.com or 212.238.8754

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