Event

Going Nuclear – with Fred Pearce

Sunday 27 May
Literature Tent, Chapelfield Gardens
11.15am - 12.15pm
£8 / weekend ticket £90

How concerned should we be about nuclear technology? What effect will radioactive waste have on generations to come? In Fallout, prize-winning science writer and environmental consultant to the New Scientist Fred Pearce takes a definitive look at humanity’s nuclear adventure since the dropping of the first atomic bomb.

Part of the City of Literature programme at Norfolk & Norwich Festival. 

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This event is BSL-interpreted and captioned.

   

About Fred Pearce

Fred Pearce is an award-winning journalist and author, reporting from 87 countries. He is the environment consultant for New Scientist magazine, a regular broadcaster and contributor to the Guardian, Washington Post and others. He has written fourteen books on environmental and development issues, translated into 24 languages. Fallout is his first book for Portobello.

Exposed: Soviet cover-up of nuclear fallout worse than Chernobyl (New Scientist, March 2017)

Exclusive: First visit to Russia’s secret nuclear disaster site (New Scientist, December 2016)

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How concerned should we be about nuclear technology? What effect will radioactive waste have on generations to come? In Fallout, prize-winning science writer and environmental consultant to the New Scientist Fred Pearce takes a definitive look at humanity’s nuclear adventure since the dropping of the first atomic bomb. Part of the City of Literature programme […]

Literature Tent, Chapelfield Gardens Writers Centre Norwich
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