Our letter in the Boston Globe

After Ernest Moniz and Armond Cohen, in an oped in the Boston Globe, suggested they knew what the world wants is more nuclear power, the paper published our letter to the editor. As it’s behind a paywall, you can see a PDF here. We pointed out that the writers’ aspirations were detached from reality, given…

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Interview with Melissa Parke

On this week’s edition of Nuclear Hotseat, host Libbe HaLevy interviews Melissa Parke, (pictured in photo by ICAN) the new executive director of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN), which won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2017. HaLevy writes: Melissa Parke took over the helm of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons…

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Standing room only at Nuclear-Free Future Awards

It was standing room only at the 2023 Nuclear-Free Future Awards and ‘Hope for the Future’ art exhibition held in New York City on November 28. The joint event, combining the long-standing Awards with an art exhibit focused on work by youth from the Marshall Islands, the Solomon Islands and Kiribati, took place at the…

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The long struggle for cleanup on Navajo land

A good 12-minute investigative piece by ABC News looks at the toxic legacy of uranium mines on Navajo land, the struggle for cleanup and efforts to ensure no new uranium mines are ever opened there. (Headline photo of Larry King; still from ABC News report.)

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NEIS Night With The Experts–Exploring Tritium Dangers: Health and Ecosystem Risks of Internally Incorporated Radionuclides. November 30, 7pm CST

NEIS (Nuclear Energy Information Service of Chicago) announced, re-posted here with permission: You’re Invited to A Night with the Experts Featuring: Dr. Arjun Makhijani President and Co-Founder of the Institute for Energy and Environmental Research   Speaking on Exploring Tritium Dangers Health & Ecosystem Risks of Internally Incorporated Radionuclides Thursday, November 30, 2023 7pm Central…

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First we bombed New Mexico: A new film

From the promo: First We Bombed New Mexico is the untold story of Trinity, the world’s first nuclear bomb detonated in New Mexico one month before the bombing of Hiroshima. It is a story of government betrayal with tragic consequences. Thousands of New Mexicans – mostly Hispanic and Native American – were exposed to catastrophic…

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2023 Nuclear-Free Future Award winners announced

 Indigenous and minority community activists honored for their work seeking justice for  victims and survivors of atomic tests The 2023 Nuclear-Free Future Awards, an annual event that honors the many heroes of the global anti-nuclear movement who work to rid the world of uranium mining, nuclear power and nuclear weapons, will take place in New York…

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Holtec’s ‘sleight of hand’ license transfer at Palisades is a textbook ‘bait & switch’

PRESS ADVISORY – Tuesday, October 3, 2023 @ 1:00pm – 3:00pm ET Contact for Comment: Kevin Kamps, radioactive waste specialist, Beyond Nuclear,  (240) 462-3216, [email protected] Michael Keegan, Co-Chair, Don’t Waste Michigan, (734) 770-1441, [email protected] Holtec’s ‘sleight of hand’ license transfer of Palisades is a textbook ‘bait & switch’ Date(s) and Time(s): October 03, 2023, 01:00 PM to…

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MEET THE WINNERS: Nuclear-Free Future Award event

In 2022, three extraordinary activists were honored with the Nuclear-Free Future Award. However, at the end of 2022, the Award transited out of its former home at the Munich-based Nuclear Free Future Foundation and there was no official ceremony. Until now! Beyond Nuclear invites you to meet the 2022 winners at a special online awards…

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Films highlight resistance to nuclear industry

S.O.S. — The San Onofre Syndrome, a film more than a decade in the making, will have its world premiere at Regal L.A. Live Theater in downtown Los Angeles on October 8, followed on October 13 by a virtual viewing option. Radioactive: The Women of Three Mile Island, will screen October 4 in Pleasantville, New…

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