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Hot Spots in the Upper Great Lakes

Sherry Nelson from Earthweek Expo Plus submitted the following story detailing the event scheduled for Saturday, April 12 at Cheboygan High School. The full Earthweek schedule can be viewed at the website linked below…

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Are the pristine lakes and rivers around us in danger of nuclear or chemical contamination?  What’s the possibility of a nuclear or chemical disaster in northern Michigan?  Learn about the possibility and what can be done about it at the Earth Week Expo on Saturday, April 12. Anabel and David Dwyer will discuss “Hot Spots in the Upper Great Lakes.”
      Anabel  Dwyer, a member of the Lawyers’ Committee on Nuclear Policy and David Dwyer, Professor Emeritus from Michigan State University and co-founder of the specialization in Peace and Justice Studies, will point out hot spots in the upper great lakes that threaten nuclear and chemical contamination. They will provide a map of  problem areas, and identify who is responsible for them.
      Nuclear waste is now stored less than fifty miles from Cheboygan.  Learn what  action is possible to rectify and prevent water contamination in the future.
     The Earth Week Plus Expo, Saturday, April 12, 11:30 – 5:00, is at Cheboygan High School. It is a family-friendly free event and is open to the public. There will be presentations and exhibits for all ages. Full schedule at: www.earthweekplus.org
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