Friday, June 10, 2005

Nuclear proponents meet in San Diego

Advocates of nuclear energy met in San Diego this week to map out their game plan:

The discussion sounded more like a page out of a football coach's playbook. Surprise the opponent. Plan ahead. Coordinate. Be proactive, not reactive.

But "Engaging the Anti's: Communications with Environmental Groups" was a much more serious talk because it could help determine the future of nuclear power in California and the rest of the country.

The session was part of the American Nuclear Society's annual weeklong conference, which has drawn hundreds of scientists and industry professionals to San Diego from around the world.