Rumble on the River #12

Debunking A False Solution To The Climate Crisis– Nuclear Power Is NOT A Climate Fix

Join us on January 31st at 6 PM. The panel will discuss the inherent problems with this energy source, national and regional project proposals, pro-nuclear legislation and funding, small modular nuclear reactors, links to arms proliferation and the Hanford nuclear site–considered to be the most contaminated site in the Western Hemisphere.


Kelly Campbell–Policy Director for Columbia Riverkeeper
Lloyd Marbet–Executive Director of the Oregon Conservancy Foundation 
Dan Serres-Advocacy Director for Columbia Riverkeeper
David Schlissel-Director of Resource Planning Analysis for IEEFA, Institute for Energy Economics & Financial Analysis

Wednesday, January 31st. Info Tables 6:00 PM. Panel 6:30. 
Multnomah Friends Meetinghouse. 4312 SE Stark St, Portland 97215

Rumble On The River Community Forums bring together expert voices to detail the hazards of the Critical Energy Infrastructure Hub, which stores 90% of Oregon’s fuel within Portland’s city limits. The CEI Hub, a 6-mile stretch of aging tank farms, stands on a seismic liquefaction zone. The predicted event of a Cascadia Subduction Zone earthquake has the potential for a Deepwater Horizon level spill on Portland’s riverfront. Zenith Energy’s oil transporting and storage operations lie within the CEI Hub.  Rumbles have addressed Columbia & Willamette River ecosystems, floodplain resilience, salmon restoration, urban forests, shade equity, the heat dome phenomenon, carbon offsets, hydrogen and wood pellet biomass.


Update: Metro’s Regional Transportation Plan 

Scientist Rebellion News