Socio-Environmental Forum

Tue, Mar 4th 2014 at 12:15 pm - 3:00 pm

A Schools Forum on environmental issues such as fracking, wind farms and nuclear power in the Scores Hotel. 70 pupils from 4 Secondary Schools took part addressed by 4 student experts and chaired by Rotarian Gordon Wowk

The first student spoke on Wind Power

PhD student, Roddy Campbell will spoke on Safety of Nuclear Power

PhD student, Kirsten Jenkins will spoke on The Only Way to Keep Scotland's Lights On

PhD student, Emma Shaw  discussed  Fracking.  She is from North Carolina where Fracking is a big issue.

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