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أحلامنا المشتركة -> Greens Press -> Anti-NUKE, Anti-BNPP Groups Stage ‘Salubong’ for Pro Nuke Investors
عدد مرات القراءة 13122010-12-10

MEDIA ADVISORY


REQUEST FOR MEDIA COVERAGE
December 10 FRIDAY 10am
in front of Sofitel Hotel


Anti-NUKE, Anti-BNPP Groups Stage ‘Salubong’ for Pro Nuke Investors


For two days, December 10 and 11, the country plays host to the Nuclear
Power Forum 2010, designed to draw in investors and key players gearing to
jumpstart ‘nuclear power business in the region’ – from financing to
capability-building.


On December 10, anti-BNPP groups and anti-nuke groups will stage creative
action at the grounds near Sofitel Hotel, the forum venue at ten am.


The groups include Freedom from Debt Coalition (FDC), Kilusan para sa
Pambansang Demokrasya (KILUSAN), GreenPeace and Partido Kalikasan (PK) which
stand firm on their opposition to the operation of the controversial Bataan
Nuclear Power Plant (BNPP).


The ‘salubong’ aims to dissuade ‘nuclear power profiteers’ from investing in
the country especially since the 1986 Constitution is a nuclear-free zone.


Earlier, the groups have raised fears that going nuclear is a ‘false
solution’ to climate change and that the renewable energy potential like
solar, geothermal and hydro of the country is more than enough for the
country’s energy needs.


For more info please get in touch with:


JULES PENALES
National Spokesperson, Partido Kalikasan
ROY CABONEGRO
Secretary General, Partido Kalikasan






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