Archive for the ‘Safe renewable energy’ Category

Dear John (James H.)

Friday, November 13th, 2015

by Michael Mariotte of NIRS November 13, 2015 Dear John, Thanks for the e-mail yesterday from your PR firm, notifying me of the press conference you’re planning on December 3 in Paris, in conjunction with the COP 21 climate negotiations. Though I have to admit I was a little surprised to receive it, seeing as […]

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Helen Caldicott Symposium held on Mar. 11 & 12, 2013 in NYC

Tuesday, March 19th, 2013

Hattie Nestel’s summary of the Helen Caldicott Symposium on the Medical & Ecological Consequences of Fukushima: The Medical And Ecological Consequences of the Fukushima Nuclear Accident March 11 & 12 2013,(The 2nd anniversary of the start of the triple meltdown) The New York Academy of Medicine New York City sponsored by The Helen Caldicott Foundation […]

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Fight the Nuclear Energy Institute’s New Ad Campaign

Monday, March 19th, 2012

The National Energy Institute (NEI) is launching a massive pro-nuke campaign. The false claims that nuclear energy is clean, safe and green will be made yet again.   Please contact your local public radio station and ask them to run this PSA. If they are unaware of the problems with nuclear power direct them to […]

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Michael Leonardi of CAN telling like it is – a must read

Thursday, September 29th, 2011

Fighting Back Against Nuclear Power Published in CounterPunch on September 28th and written by MICHAEL LEONARDI As the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Nuclear Industry, and Obama administration continue to push nuclear energy as safe and clean, a grassroots insurgency is growing from the awakening depths of the growingly vociferous American maelstrom. Fukushima’s three meltdowns continue to emit […]

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Solar Energy is Far From Over

Friday, September 16th, 2011

News reports have depicted Solyndra’s bankruptcy as the end of solar power in the U.S. Coming to this conclusion without any kind of analysis is ridiculous. All growing technologies have their growing pains. The Vote Solar Initiative puts it this way: “[it is] like saying there is no future for the internet because Netscape went […]

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New Wind Turbine Design from Japan

Monday, September 12th, 2011

– Energy Output Tripled Here in the US, we derive 3.2 % of our total electricity from wind power. Just adding the new design, called a wind lens, would increase the power produced by wind to 9.6% of the total. The new design would also make wind power cheaper than coal and nuclear power, sans […]

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Hurricane approaches: 20 Reactors are in the path

Thursday, August 25th, 2011

Reuters has reported that 20 nuclear reactors are in danger. See complete list From south to north Beyond Nuclear recommends that the following reactors be shut down: Turkey Point Units 3 and 4 near Miami, FL St. Lucie Units 1 and 2 on Florida’s central Atlantic coast Brunswick Units 1 and 2 in North Carolina […]

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Knocking on the Devil’s Door (trailer)

Thursday, July 28th, 2011

Gary Null’s film on the dark and deadly world nuclear experiment appears to be exciting, powerful and infomative. Will report more after attending the premiere in NYC in early August.

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Japan’s PM vows to get Japan off nuclear power

Monday, July 18th, 2011

“We will aim to bring about a society that can exist without nuclear power,” said Japan’s Prime Minister Nato Kan on Wednesday in a televised address to Japan’s citizens. He continued, “Through my experience of the March 11 accident, I came to realize the risk of nuclear energy is too high. It involves techology that […]

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Stop business as usual!

Tuesday, July 12th, 2011

Please tell your Senators to say no to new nuclear power plants The nuclear industry would like to pretend Fukushima never happened. Bills are arriving in the Senate to spend more of our money on new nukes. The industry is still calling it “clean power”. Call them out on their lie and demand your Senators […]

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