Friday, January 25, 2008

Colorado State University - News & Information

 

Colorado State University - News & Information

FEB 2, 2008 URANIUM SYMPOSIUM AT COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY EXPLORES SCIENTIFIC, TECHNICAL QUESTIONS

Note to Editors: Reporters interested in attending the symposium are asked to register as well as to RSVP to Dell Rae Moellenberg at 970-491-6009 or dellrae.moellenberg@colostate.edu.

The symposium will provide an overview of the basic sciences associated with uranium, particularly as it relates to environmental, medical and health questions, for professionals and members of the public. The symposium will not cover social or economic issues around uranium mining.

Hopefully some of the anti-nuclear groups can attend this very important symposium and ask the right questions regardless if these questions involve the social and economic impacts as well as the environmental impacts that in-situ-recovery uranium mining has.

The people have a right to know and a right to contest top-down mining initiatives. For too long have we been beguiled by the insufficient, bewildering permitting process!

Way to go, Colorado! Don't forget Montrose County either!

1 comment:

William said...

If there's a chance, I hope they provide another conference. I can learn a lot from it, since I'm into the mining industry.

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