Radioactive Berkeley: No Safe Dose
Berkeley City Council Presentation


Radioactive Berkeley: No Safe Dose
City of Berkeley - City Council Presentation
The public policy video "Radioactive Berkeley: No Safe Dose" premiered at the Berkeley City Council in December of 1996. Featured speaker Dr. John Gofman M.D, Ph.D. addresses the medical impacts of low-level radiation exposure. The video also expressed a public concern over children visiting the Lawrence Hall of Science to exposure to tritium emissions from the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory's Tritium Labeling Facility. This video records the city council discussion and deliberations.

"No Safe Dose" was also viewed by numerous regulatory agencies including USEPA and was instrumental in establishing the stakeholders group dubbed the Tritium Issue Workgroup or TIWG in 1997. TIWG met at the Federal Building in Oakland for nearly two years. From the very beginning, Berkeley community members of the workgroup experienced many problems with the LBNL workgroup. This eventually forced community participants to walk out on the corrupted process. Four years later the facility was finally closed.

A Berkeley Cable Channel 25 broadcast
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ALSO SEE: Answers to Frequently-Asked-Questions about "Radiation"
Fall 1996 John W. Gofman, M.D., Ph.D. & Egan O'Connor, Executive Director of CNR

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