NFC Network Summit May 27 in San Clemente

The NFC Network Summit will take place at Irons in the Fire Restaurant at 150 East Avenida Magdalena San Clemente, Ca 92672 starting a 10 am to 4 pm.

Agenda
Nuclear Free California Network Meeting
May 27, 2012
Lunch 1-1:45 p.m.

Welcome–Carol and Gene 5 minutes, cosponsors are SD Peace Resource Center, Friends of the Earth, ROSE.
Ask for notetaker, timekeeper

Friends of the Earth—Importance of working together & how FOE will work w/us. 15 minutes

Intros—individuals and groups – Marylia Kelley meeting facilitator 20 minutes

NFC Network Business:
Unfinished business from last meeting 15- 30 minutes
New business 15 minutes

Presentations:

Volunteer Monitoring Network—Ace, Bill, Darin 30 minutes
Bill –technology
Ace and Bill—monitoring lesson
Darin—technology of putting all info on one website

City Councils Update—Gary Headrick 10 minutes

Community Choice and Conservation Money—Barbara George 30 minutes
(20 presentations/15 minutes questions)

Net Metering—Eon/Mary Beth 15 minutes plus questions

Kimberly Roberson will bring us up to date on Radiation in our food 10 minutes

Action Plans

Statewide Bus Action to Sacramento—Gene and Marcia 15 minutes

Fukushima Activist Tour in July—Steve and Umi 30 minutes

Epidemiological Study—Mel 10 minutes

How to remove barriers to using local renewables—how to motivate our communities—Barbara 20 minutes

Other:

Meeting Sum-up 60 minutes, Issue Press release for group signup

Visit San Onofre site after meeting closes for those who want to go.

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About residentsorganizedforasafeenvironment

Vision for ROSE Working for the good of the Mother Earth. To provide a safe and clean planet for our children and grandchildren, and the seven generations to come. Working to support Ethically Sound Environmental decisions for the future. We hold the power of our vision in our own hands.
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3 Responses to NFC Network Summit May 27 in San Clemente

  1. Is this open to the public? Thanks! Will try to be there if it is.

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