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Nuclear Free California Network

Following the Musicians United for Safe Energy's Concert, on August 8th 2011 over 60 individuals and groups from across California came together to form a new network calling for the closure of the state's nuclear 4 commercial reactors, and expanded use of renewable energy.

The group has of yet to establish a formal online presence, but will be doing so soon. There will be another meeting of the network on September 27th in Southern California. The Network has been doing regular statewide meetings. For more information about the NFC-Net go to their website.

An online organizing project has been proposed by the Abalone Alliance Clearinghouse using twitter to start building up a searchable source of content using the twitter search format of a hashmark # followed by a term. If you are on Twitter search for #nukefreecal. Please start following us (AAClearinhouse) and adding stories content and messages to this hashmark community.

There are currently 4 Campaigns underway in California:

Mother's For Peace: Diablo Canyon

Women's Energy Matters: CPUC

Decommission San Onofre

Shutdown Livermore Labs

List of groups signing onto the August 8th statement:
  • Abalone Alliance Clearinghouse
  • Alliance for Survival
  • Coalition For Responsible Ethical Environmental Decisions (CREED)
  • Ecological Options Network (EON)
  • Friends of the Earth
  • Green Leap Forward
  • Greenpeace
  • Healing Ourselves & Mother Earth
  • Los Angeles Greens
  • No Nukes Caucus Veterans for Peace
  • No Nukes on Faults
  • Peace and Freedom Party
  • Progressive Democrats of Los Angeles
  • Redwood Alliance
  • Residents Organized for a Safe Environment (ROSE)
  • Sacred Sites Peacewalk for a Nuclear Free World
  • San Clemente Greens
  • San Luis Obispo Mothers for Peace
  • Stop Fukushima Coalition
  • Talk Nukes
  • Veterans for Peace Chapter 162 East Bay SF
  • Women's Energy Matters

  • California Energy Commission Hearings on nuclear safety

    A4NR is also active

    Why a nuclear free world is Important