Steps to help us save Palisades

STEP 1:  Sign below on our original letter to Michigan officials (replicated below) to show your agreement that Michigan needs to protect Palisades in order to stay on its pathway to zero-emission energy by 2035, as committed by the Governor.

STEP 2:  Join us now by signing our new letter in thanking Michigan Governor Whitmer and Secretary of Energy, Jennifer Granholm for working together to protect Palisades and ensure that Entergy, Palisades’ current owner, and other parties collaborate in resolving the process by which Palisades can benefit from the DOE’s new Civil Nuclear Credit program.

Backgound:  Following the release on February 1, 2022, of a letter urging California Governor Newsom to reverse the decision to prematurely close Diablo Canyon, the bipartisan group, Climate Coalition, drafted a similar letter to Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer and the entire slate of elected Michigan officials urging them to protect Palisades. Shuttering nuclear power is bad for the climate, bad for the environment and bad for rate-payers, as that clean energy is replaced by dirty natural gas.  We have received more than 350 co-signers!  We are definitely encouraged by the show of support from the Governor’s office, but the deal is not done, so neither is our work.

(Please help us spread the word about this campaign using the hashtag #SavePalisades and #ProtectNuclearNOW.)


February 14, 2022

The Honorable Gretchen Whitmer
Governor, State of Michigan
Michigan Senators
Michigan Representatives
Members of the Michigan Legislature

Dear Governor Whitmer and Michigan Elected Officials,

We write you as a coalition of environmentalists, climate activists, scientific organizations, energy investors, and concerned citizens that cares deeply about mitigating climate change while ensuring human prosperity. We seek your assistance in preventing the permanent and premature closure of the Palisades nuclear plant in May 2022, nine years before its operating license expires in 2031. This single plant produces as much greenhouse gas free energy in a year as does all the wind and solar capacity in Michigan, 6.3 terawatt-hours. However, losing Palisades is worse than demolishing all renewable energy sources in Michigan: Palisades provides ⅕ of Michigan’s firm reliable carbon-free electricity.

The closure of Palisades will directly undermine the MI Healthy Climate Plan’s laudable goal for economy-wide carbon neutrality and may increase electricity cost to consumers. It will needlessly eliminate over 600 well-paying jobs, devastate the communities that host this plant, and diminish the state’s economic vitality. We urge you to do whatever is needed to keep Palisades operational.

In recent years, wholesale electricity prices have declined significantly due to the shale boom. Gas sets the electricity price in deregulated markets, many of which do not sufficiently compensate the climate, reliability, and resiliency qualities of generation assets. These market failures are threatening the economic viability of nuclear, our largest source of carbon-free energy.

The federal Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal of 2021 provisioned $6 billion in the Civilian Nuclear Credit program to prevent premature retirement of existing zero-carbon nuclear plants. We ask that you encourage and assist Entergy or any other plant owner, and Consumers Energy, the electric utility, in accessing this financial assistance to prevent plant closure, and to explore all other possibilities. The 2017 business decision to close Palisades was apparently based on losses from short-term market conditions noted above. Since then, our climate priorities have become more urgent, and economic conditions have changed. We request that you provide administrative, regulatory, and financial support as needed to preserve this invaluable asset for Michigan and our nation.

Palisades prevents at least 4.7 million tonnes CO2e emissions annually.[1] To ensure economy-wide decarbonization in a timely fashion, we cannot afford to lose any carbon-free energy. Some of the world’s leading scientists, entrepreneurs and academics on climate science, marine biology, air pollution, energy, planetary science, and land conservation recently made a similar plea to preserve California’s Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant.[2]

The characteristics of nuclear power, specifically the availability on demand, the low land footprint, and the ability locate plants anywhere, make it the logical partner for the ever-increasing use of solar and wind energy. As we electrify transportation, heavy industry, and heating, the reliability of the electric system becomes ever more paramount. The Environmental Defense Fund, Princeton, Stanford, and Clean Air Task Force showed that a carbon-free grid that includes firm energy sources like nuclear can cut ratepayer costs in half.[3]

As already seen in California and Germany, renewables-only decarbonization approaches, coupled with shutting down nuclear power, result in exorbitant electric rates, grid instability, little reduction in fossil combustion, and even increased fossil-fuel dependence.[4],[5] All four of IPCC illustrative pathways consistent with a 1.5 ºC planet require 2050 nuclear generation to be 2x to 6x the 2010 level.[6]

America’s nuclear plants are among the best in the world. There is no technical reason that they cannot operate for decades more with good maintenance and replacement of reactor system components. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission, responsible for the safe operation of U.S. nuclear generation, has permitted plants like Palisades to operate for 80 years, and is already considering life extensions out to 100 years. The institutional knowledge of workers and engineers who operate the existing fleet of reactors must be sustained.

Saving our existing nuclear plants is the simplest, cheapest, and most immediate action we can take to protect the global climate and Michigan communities harmed by air pollution. Preserving Palisades will reduce Michigan’s herculean burden to build redundant generation, extra transmission lines, and energy storage infrastructure that would span millions of acres and cost billions of dollars.

Given the urgency of the situation, we cannot continue down the politically expedient path of allowing premature nuclear closures before successfully eliminating fossil combustion. Recognizing this, the Illinois legislature recently passed a comprehensive energy bill that preserved the Byron & Dresden nuclear plants.[7] Pennsylvania successfully reversed the previously announced closure of Beaver Valley.[8] Even groups previously skeptical of nuclear energy are calling to preserve built plants that operate safely.[9] Michigan must take the courageous step to protect its existing nuclear assets to help displace all carbon-emitting sources.

We thank you in advance for your attention to this urgent matter.

Signed below,

[1] Burning gas emits 758 g/kWh CO2e life cycle GWP20, at a 2.3% methane leak rate vs. 12 g/kWh from nuclear.

[2] Save Clean Energy. Dear Governor Newsom. February 2022.

[3] EDF, Stanford University, Princeton University, Clean Air Task Force. California needs clean firm power, and so does the rest of the world. April 2021.

[4] Bryce. The High Cost of California Electricity Is Increasing Poverty. July 2020.

[5] Pancevski & Kantchev. Germany’s Reliance on Russian Gas Limits Europe’s Options in Ukraine Crisis. January 2022.

[6] IPCC. Global Warming of 1.5 ºC. October 2018.

[7] Exelon. Passage of Illinois Energy Legislation Preserves Nuclear Plants and Strengthens State’s Clean Energy Leadership. September 2021.

[8] Keep nuclear generation at current levels, says Pennsylvania climate plan. ANS Nuclear Café. September 2021

[9] The Union of Concerned Scientists. The Nuclear Power Dilemma. October 2018.


Full List of Signatories to the Letter

  1. Dr. Todd Allen, Glenn F. and Gladys H. Knoll Department Chair of Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences, University of Michigan, Director of the Michigan Memorial Phoenix Project, Director of the Fastest Path to Zero Initiative, author of “Opinion: Why closing Palisades nuclear plant is like sinking the lifeboats,” published October 14, 2021 in Bridge Michigan
  2. Dr. Frederick Buckman, Adjunct Professor University of Michigan, Former CEO Consumers Power, Former Chief Nuclear Officer Consumers Power
  3. James Duderstadt, President Emeritus, University of Michigan
  4. Dr. William R Martin, Professor Emeritus of Nuclear Engineering, Department of Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences, University of Michigan, University of Michigan, Associate Editor, Nuclear Science and Engineering
  5. Dr. John C. Lee, Professor, University of Michigan, currently serving on the National Academy of Sciences Panel on Used Nuclear Fuel and Waste Management Issues.
  6. Dr. James Hansen, Director, Climate Science, Awareness and Solutions, Columbia University Earth Institute
  7. Dr. Sara A. Pozzi, Professor of Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences, University of Michigan
  8. Dr. Xiaodong Sun, Professor of Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences, University of Michigan
  9. Michelle Sonderman, Undergraduate Program Manager, Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences, University of Michigan
  10. Dr. Douglas McLain, National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (retired)
  11. Dr. Alec Thomas, Professor, Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences, University of Michigan
  12. River Bennett, Graduate Researcher, University of Michigan Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences
  13. Dr. Imre Pázsit, Adjunct Professor, Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences, University of Michigan
  14. Dr. Victor Petrov, Research Scientist, Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences, University of Michigan
  15. Kevin Krause, Michigan Public Service Commission Staff (representing self)
  16. Dr. Brendan Kochunas, Professor, University of Michigan
  17. Zhong He, Professor, University of Michigan
  18. Fei Gao, Professor, University of Michigan
  19. David Wehe, Professor, University of Michigan
  20. Dr. Jessica Lovering, Founder, Good Energy Collective, Fastest Path to Zero
  21. Dr. Scott Baalrud, Associate Professor, Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences, University of Michigan
  22. Dr. Adam Burak, Assistant Research Scientist, Department of Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences, University of Michigan
  23. Dr. Roger N. Blomquist, Captain, US Navy (retired), former nuclear submariner. Currently Principal Nuclear Engineer
  24. Dr. Antone L. Brooks, Radiation Biologist, Research Professor and Chief Scientist for the DOE Low Dose Radiation Biology Research Program
  25. Marisol Garrouste, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Michigan
  26. Oskar Searfus, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Michigan
  27. Mackenzie Warwick, U.S. Women in Nuclear, University of Michigan Student Chapter
  28. Gretchen Goddard, Senior Reactor Engineer, Entergy
  29. Dr. Dietmar Detering, Climate Coalition and Nuclear New York
  30. Dr. Gene Nelson, Californians for Green Nuclear Power, Climate Coalition
  31. Dr. Jennifer Klay, Professor of Physics, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
  32. Dr. Joseph Lassiter, III, Heinz Professor of Management Practice in Environmental Management, Harvard Business School (Retired)
  33. Dr. Joshua Goldstein, American University, Professor Emeritus
  34. Dr. Eugene G Preston, Transmission and Generation Adequacy Consulting
  35. Peter V. Schwartz, Professor of Physics, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Futurist
  36. Dr. Shanbin Shi, Professor, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
  37. Dr. Richard A. Steeves, Friends of Fission – Midwest, and Climate Coalition
  38. Dr. Alan Fellman, CHP, Manager NV5 Training Academy and Senior Health Physicist
  39. Nellie Kooistra, Program Manager, Calvin University
  40. Dr. Chris Keefer, Doctors 4 Nuclear Energy
  41. Dr. Minghui Chen, University of New Mexico
  42. Dr. Qingqing Liu
  43. Dr. Michael Pelizzari
  44. Dr. Al Scott, Physicist
  45. Dr. John N Nishio, Professor
  46. Barbara Peitsch, MA/MPP, Sr. Program Manager, Fastest Path to Zero, NERS, University of Michigan
  47. John Windschill, Radiation Protection Manager at Monticello and Duane Arnold nuclear power plants (Retired)
  48. Michael Schneider, Climate Coalition, Michigan
  49. Jim Wimberly, Energy Security Partners, LLC
  50. Philip Carlson, University of Wisconsin Radiology, Emeritus Professor
  51. Arvid Pasto, Retired from Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Metals and Ceramics Division
  52. Art Hobson, University of Arkansas, Professor Emeritus of Physics
  53. John Kutsch, Executive Director, Thorium Energy Alliance
  54. Isuru Seneviratne, Climate Coalition
  55. Gary Kahanak, Climate Coalition
  56. Valerie Gardner, Climate Coalition
  57. James Hopf, Policy Lead, Generation Atomic
  58. Eric Meyer, Generation Atomic
  59. Heather Hoff, Mothers for Nuclear
  60. Madison Hilli, Campaign for a Green Nuclear Deal
  61. Paris Ortiz-Wines, Stand Up for Nuclear
  62. Princess Mthombeni, Africa 4 Nuclear
  63. Pramilla Malick, Protect Orange County
  64. Rezwan Razani, Footprint to Wings
  65. Tom Dolan, Waste to Energy NOW
  66. Herschel Spector, Nuclear New York
  67. Zion Lights, Emergency Reactor
  68. Meredith Angwin, author of “Shorting the Grid”
  69. Malcolm Cleaveland, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Professor Emeritus of Geosciences
  70. Ray Sundby BSEE, MBA, Campaign for a Green Nuclear Deal
  71. Alan Medsker, Campaign for a Green Nuclear Deal
  72. Tom Bammann, Zero Sequence Earthling
  73. William P. Gloege, Californians for Green Nuclear Power
  74. Steve Curtis, Texas Recycles Used Nuclear Fuel
  75. Michael Shellenberger, Environmental Progress
  76. Dr. Fred Behringer, Scientist, Analytical Chemistry/Plant Biology, Climate Coalition
  77. Flynn Darby, Graduate Student, University of Michigan
  78. Andrea Kooistra, MS, Dietitian, University of Michigan
  79. Andrew Panter, American Nuclear Society, University of Michigan Student Section
  80. Kaitlyn Barr, BSE Nuclear Engineering Graduate Student, University of Michigan
  81. Erik Hall, Graduate Student Research Assistant, University of Michigan, CoE, D/NERS
  82. Robert Renfrow, Graduate Student, University of Michigan, Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences Department
  83. Hubby Kristopher, Monterey Bay for Nuclear Power
  84. Charles Sisco, Citizens Climate Lobby
  85. Michael Jirka, Board Member, Friends of the Norfolk and White Rivers
  86. Christopher Bergan,, Energy Reality Project
  87. Pramila Malick, Protect Orange County
  88. Keith Schue, Electrical Engineer, New York Energy and Climate Advocates
  89. Leonard Rodberg, NY Energy and Climate Advocates
  90. Amanda Poster, US Nuclear Energy Foundation
  91. Dan See, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
  92. Eric Robinson, Thorium Energy Alliance
  93. Mark Miller, Certified Health Physcist (Retired)
  94. Mukesh Mistry, NPCIL, Electrical Supervisor
  95. Gregory Pederson, Information Systems Security Engineer, U.S. Navy
  96. Jeffrey Mahn, Nuclear Engineer (retired)
  97. Eugene Wilson, President, Californi Clean Energy Committee
  98. Travis Dietz, Radiation Effects Engineer
  99. Susan Brown, Research Scientist, University of Colorado
  100. Robert Lance, Control Room Supervisor (Retired)
  101. Jean-Luc Salanave, Ecole Centrale, Professor
  102. Rod Adams, former Commander, U.S. Navy, author of Atomic Insights & Podcast
  103. Tom Rehm, The American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) Climate Solutions Community
  104. Juraj Klepáč, former Secretary General, The Slovak Nuclear Society
  105. Bruno Comby, Founder and President, Environmentalists for Nuclear Energy
  106. Gabe Ignetti, Ecomodernist Society of North America
  107. John A. Shanahan, Civil engineer for nuclear power (Retired)
  108. Fabio Nouchy, Design Engineer
  109. Peter Shaw, Radiological Chemist
  110. Charlie Feuerman, Nuclear New York
  111. Rainer Klute, Nuklearia e. V., Chairman
  112. Janne Hirvonen, Ecomodernists Society
  113. Matthew Mairinger, NAYGN
  114. Stuart Bondurant, I&C Engineer
  115. Bill Kish, Stop Cricket Valley
  116. Dominic Wipplinger, Nuklearia, ÖKTG
  117. John Wortman, MBA, Petroleum Engineer
  118. James A. Mentz, MSEE, MBA
  119. Aaron Belman-Wells
  120. Isaac Reichow
  121. Julianna Schoenwald
  122. Samuel Piper
  123. Rosalia Otaduy-Ramírez
  124. Rachel Pastori
  125. Ryan Pickering
  126. Brian Campbell
  127. Chris O’Neil
  128. Karina Howey
  129. Genève Magnan
  130. Jessica Kahn
  131. Ann McCulloch
  132. Dan Coody
  133. Trevor Rix
  134. Denis Tazhkenov
  135. Chapman Scarborough
  136. Todd Francisco
  137. Colby McElveen
  138. Enrico Torielli
  139. Fabio Zanzucchi
  140. AJ Williams
  141. Shawn Connors
  142. Charles Harte
  143. Keith Rodan
  144. Brad Volz
  145. Alan Ostner
  146. Art Hobson
  147. Marian Kunetka
  148. Colin Sweet
  149. Marc Deffrennes
  150. Chris Quartly
  151. Pawel Krawczyk
  152. Benjamin Leopardo
  153. Ebbe Pedersen
  154. Chad Wade
  155. Adam Anderson
  156. Anne Gent
  157. Carolyn McCreary
  158. Bruce Weir
  159. Martin Maletinsky
  160. Mark Young
  161. David Liljewall
  162. Tao Flaherty
  163. Jose Alvarellos
  164. Herschel Specter
  165. Ozzie Aery Fallick
  166. Stefan Hasenohr
  167. Creighton Cooper
  168. Hans Orrje
  169. Giovanni Paolo Vinci
  170. Annapoorna Akella
  171. Marty Marinak
  172. Kristyne Marton
  173. Joel Gingold
  174. Johannes Ros
  175. George Berka
  176. Chris Melville
  177. Damon White
  178. Tao Flaherty
  179. Keldin Sergheyev
  180. Harvey Gardner
  181. Daniel Perez
  182. Konrad Siemek
  183. Christie Cherrington
  184. Damon White
  185. Mary Ann Baier
  186. Samantha Pious
  187. Marian Kirwel
  188. Kalin Filipov
  189. Donald Hebbard
  190. Matthias Rey
  191. Brian Wilson
  192. John Harshorn
  193. Tim Rickman
  194. Gordon McDowell
  195. Tim Larson
  196. Virgil Fenn
  197. Thomas Kurhajetz
  198. Doug Houseman
  199. Matthew Chouinard
  200. Diane J. Reed
  201. Jean McCulloch
  202. Kyle Vaughn
  203. Bill Gogesch
  204. Jason Sylvester
  205. Michal Alberski, Fridays for Future (Poland)
  206. John M. Baxter, Technical Writer, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Society of Automotive Engineers
  207. Isabelle Boemeke, Director, Save Clean Energy
  208. Max Winkler
  209. Amy Pattullo
  210. Matthew Schor
  211. Shane Day
  212. Victor DeLibera, Nuclear engineering student, Missouri University of Science and Technology
  213. Dr. Nick Touran, PE, Nuclear engineer, Author of “”
  214. Emily Cizmas
  215. Antoni Korgul
  216. Angelica Oung
  217. Alimi Azeez, X-ray Technician
  218. Charles Stearns
  219. Kory Welsch, Health Physics Technician
  220. Sarah Falkowski, Environmental Engineer, University of Michigan
  221. Dr. Won Sik Yang, Professor, University of Michigan
  222. Richard Goforth
  223. Jake Claes, Engineer
  224. Jonathan Christopher, Mechanical Engineer
  225. Armando Linares, Nuclear Plant Operator, Palisades Nuclear Power Plant, Entergy
  226. Robert Blackburn, Nuclear Engineering Facility Manager, ex Senior Reactor Operator, Ford Nuclear Reactor
  227. Matthew Weiner
  228. Matteo Turner
  229. Howard F. Jones, Jr., Fuel Project Manager and Reactor Engineering Supervisor, Westinghouse and Maine Yankee Atomic Power Company (Retired)
  230. William Grunow, Ph.D Candiate, University of Maryland
  231. Brian J. Clymer
  232. Steven B.
  233. Ron Gester, MD, Science Council for Global Solutions
  234. Ryan Fouty
  235. DJ LeCleat, Nuclear Safety Specialist, “The Rad Guy”
  236. Baxter Linney, Mechanical Engineer
  237. Sven Kaemerer
  238. Remy Devoe, Engineer
  239. Nigel Barnes, Director, Designidge Ltd.
  240. Terry Groth, PE
  241. Elizabeth Smith
  242. Andrew Depetrini
  243. Rob Loveday, MSc, Communications Director, Generation Atomic
  244. John Kotek, Nuclear Matters
  245. Edmund W.Raciborski, Retired Principal Evaluator, Institute of Nuclear Power Operations
  246. Lydia Clowney
  247. Lumin Wang, Professor, University of Michigan
  248. Michael Helm
  249. Lee DuBois P.E., Consulting Engineer, American Society of Mechanical Engineers
  250. Dr. Rachel Cole
  251. John Law, Clean Energy Revolution
  252. Judy P. Clowney
  253. Emeline Hanna
  254. John Reeves
  255. Richard Bono
  256. Mark Dawes
  257. Robert Leonard
  258. John Fuchs-Chesney
  259. Sarah Behringer, Electrical Engineer
  260. Donna Wells, Manager, Nuclear Employee Concerns Program, Diablo Canyon Power Plant
  261. William S. Sutfin, B.S. Engr. University of Illinois; Retired Project Controls Manager, Bechtel Corporation
  262. Greg Crouch, Director of Radiological Safety and Security, Indiana University
  263. Lindsay Thompson, Planner
  264. Russell Cage, BSEE (retired)
  265. Paul Marks
  266. Randall Cottle
  267. Michael Hall
  268. Thomas M. Lahey
  269. Michael Crescimanno
  270. Matthew Weiner
  271. Mark Duffett
  272. Vincent Bitowf
  273. Tom Jessessky
  274. Louis Harnisch
  275. Eric Freeburg
  276. Ethan Bodnaruk, PE
  277. Archie Robertson, BSc
  278. Andy Schmidt
  279. Eric Scot Dawson, Nuclear New York
  280. Dr. Eugene G. Preston
  281. Chris Seaman, Director of Business Development, Access Solutions
  282. Philip Hamm, Task Order Manager
  283. Dr. John Randall
  284. Gabriel Ignetti, Chair, Ecomodernist Society of North America
  285. Michael Carey, Californians for Green Nuclear Power
  286. Adam Saltsman, Co-founder and Creative Director, Finji
  287. Isaac Mooney, Ph.D. Candidate, Wayne State University
  288. Tayla Smight, MPH
  289. Freida Blostein, Epidemiologist, University of Michigan
  290. Ethan Koenig
  291. Dr. Morten Karlsen, DTU – Technical University of Denmark
  292. Damon White, BE Mechanical
  293. Oliver Carlson
  294. Joel Pierson, Hydrogeologist
  295. Melzar Coulter
  296. Laurie Coulter
  297. Harald Opsahl
  298. Jonah Messinger, Energy Analyst, The Breakthrough Institute, author of Saving Palisades Nuclear Power Plant to Secure Michigan’s Clean Energy Future
  299. Gordon McDowell, Computer Programmer
  300. Michael Coulter
  301. Charles Hirst, Ph.D. candidate, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  302. Michael Sparr, Project Engineer – Nuclear
  303. Curtis Aardema
  304. Agnieszka Żuk, Młodzieżowy Strajk Klimatyczny
  305. Peggy Rose
  306. Abner Bhattacharya
  307. Robert Eric Freeburg
  308. Matthew Dickerson
  309. Trenton L. Danos
  310. Marena White
  311. Hanna Kaflik
  312. Kamila Światły, Architect
  313. Urszula Dancewicz, M.Sc.
  314. Tymoteusz Baranowski, Młodzieżowy Strajk Klimatyczny
  315. Monika Daniluk, Polish Smog Alert
  316. Leszek Karlik, FOTA4Climate
  317. Viktoria Urbach
  318. Wiktor Serwicki
  319. Blazej Miernikiewicz, Extinction Rebellion
  320. Dominik Bieczyński, MSc, Founder of Zielony Atom (Green Atom)
  321. Zofia Lamecka,  Fridays for Future Poland
  322. Tomasz Ilnicki, Author of the book Chernobyl and Fukushima
  323. Bartosz Kelner
  324. Tymoteusz Hajduk
  325. Mateusz Hajduk
  326. Feliks Helewicz
  327. Jacek Werder
  328. Joanna Wieczorek
  329. Mateusz Stecki, M.Sc.Eng. , Research and technical specialist at Institute of Security Technologies “MORATEX”
  330. Bartlomiej Piwowarski, M.Sc., Nuclear engineer, NCBJ
  331. Paweł Ćwiklicki
  332. Dieter Cnockaert
  333. Maria Urbańska
  334. Joanna Stelmach, M.Sc., Molecular Biophysicist
  335. Lukasz Dabrowiecki
  336. Angelika Ligman
  337. Kaja Kornatowska
  338. Łukasz Hejnak, Sr. Software Developer, Nordic Semiconductor
  339. Love Marcus
  340. Dirk Van de Voorde, Electrical Engineer, 100TWh
  341. Jens Kragholm
  342. Maciej Szczepański, Data analyst
  343. Ida Wręga, Fridays for Future Poland
  344. Billy Gogesch
  345. Jakub Warcaba
  346. Maciej Egermeier
  347. Adam Włodzimierz Miziołek, Laudato Si Movement
  348. Stanislaw Kaminski
  349. Natalia Zwolińska
  350. Albert Trojanowski
  351. Camina Rice
  352. Steven Traylor
  353. Artur Neland
  354. Matthew Howard, Managing Director, Bank of America
  355. Richard Steeves, MD, PhD, Director,

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