Meet The Young Engineers Driving Gen-4 Nuclear Technology
If you're expecting a film introducing the young talent behind Gen 4 nuclear tech to be dismissive of status quo, you'll be surprised: the brilliant, fresh-faced entrepreneurs featured in director David Schumacher's documentary The New Fire have a profound appreciation for nuclear's past and present roles. But more importantly, they understand its potential for addressing climate change - and their determination to return nuclear to energy's forefront is both uplifting and contagious. The film spans three continents and features interviews with some of the biggest names in clean energy.

Saturday, October 14 • Heartland Film Festival
Indianapolis, Indiana
7:30 PM (2nd Screening 10/15 2:00 PM)
DR. GENE NELSON Ph.D. INTERVIEW WITH MICHAEL KILLEN - Michael Killen at KZSU Stanford Radio spoke with Gene Nelson, PhD., Government Liaison for Californians for Green Nuclear Power, about how PG&E's plan to shut down Diablo Canyon Power Plant will hurt California's climate initiative and ratepayers.
DR. ALEX CANNARA INTERVIEW WITH MICHAEL KILLEN - Stanford Physicist Dr. Alex Cannara was interviewed by Michael Killen during a live broadcast at KZSU Stanford Radio 90.1 FM. In it, Dr. Cannara challenges a controversial claim made by Environmental Engineer Mark Z. Jacobson - that 100% of California's electricity can be supplied by wind, water, and sunlight (interview begins at 1:25).
Californians for Green Nuclear Power - Position on SB 100
An entrenched fossil fuel industry is working overtime to shut down nuclear in California forever. Your donation helps CGNP challenge their attack on the environment and on the world our ancestors will inherit.