Resolution of the All India Anti-nuclear Convention

Anti-nuclear activists from across India Met on August 10th to call for the closure of that country’s nuclear infrastructure. As the nature and extent of Fukushima continue to be censored by the global media, the back story out of Japan has ignited a global campaign with the recent meetings and organizing are just getting underway

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Report: Nuclear Power in a Post-Fukushima World

wwThe World Watch Institute released a detailed review of nuclear power around the world. The report shows that nuclear is declining and is no longer competitive with or as desirable as renewables or energy efficiency.

Fukushima has put a damper on public support for nuclear worldwide as shown by a number of polls. As the 6th month anniversary of Fukushima approaches, we can expect the nuclear industry to unleash a global campaign to promote itself, on a par not seen in years. As the radiation, lies and deceit leak out of Japan, it will be important for the alternative media to compile what’s happening and why the nuclear nabobs need to be put in their place.

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Nuclear Roulette: new book puts a nail in coffin of nukes

ImageActivists are suspicious of “studying the problem” that puts off action in favor of endless talk (or publishing). Culture Change went beyond studying the problem soon after its founding in 1988: action and advocacy must get to the root of the crises to assure a livable future. Also, information overload and a diet of bad news kills much activism. So it’s hard to find reading material to strongly recommend. But the new book Nuclear Roulette: The Case Against the “Nuclear Renaissance” is must-have if one is fighting nukes today.

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March 21st State of California Senate Nuclear Safety Hearings

Dan HirschOn March 21st and April 14th 2011 the California State Senate held two post Fukushima hearings on the safety of nuclear power in California. The first hearing in the days when Fukushima was still news generated major media in California while the 2nd hearing was nearly empty, not even our representatives showed. A promised hearing on emergency planning never took place.

This is a review of those hearings.

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Deconstructing Nuclear Experts

Deconstructing Nuclear Experts

By Chris Busby


Since the Fukushima accident we have seen a stream of experts on radiation telling us not to worry, that the doses are too low, that the accident is nothing like Chernobyl and so forth. They appear on television and we read their articles in the newspapers and online. Fortunately the majority of the public don’t believe them. I myself have

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Harvey Wasserman: The Crash of France’s Nuclear Poster Child

a href=””Harvey Wasserman: The Crash of France’s Nuclear Poster Child/abr /blockquoteThe myth of a successful nuclear power industry in France has melted into financial /br /With it dies the corporate-hyped poster child for a “nuclear renaissance” of new reactor … Continue reading

Nuke power liabilities dwarf Bush’s bailout

a href=””Nuke power liabilities dwarf Bush’s bailout/abr /blockquoteNuke power liabilities dwarf Bush’s bailoutbr /By Harvey Wassermanbr /Online Journal Guest Writerbr /br /br /Sep 24, 2008, 00:09br /br / Email this articlebr / Printer friendly pagebr /br /As you read this, … Continue reading

Amory Lovins: Forget Nuclear

Forget Nuclear  Nuclear power, we’re told, is a vibrant industry that’s dramatically reviving because it’s proven, necessary, competitive, reliable, safe, secure, widely used, increasingly popular, and carbon-free—a perfect replacement for carbon-spewing coal power. New nuclear plants thus sound vital for … Continue reading


PETITION FOR CONGRESS TO END NEGLIGENT DELAY OF COMPENSATION TO WORKERS MADE ILL FROM SERVICE IN THE COLD WAR IN THE UNITED STATES NUCLEAR WEAPONS COMPLEX Mismanagement, misrepresentation and misplacement of workers’ medical records by the U.S. Department of Energy … Continue reading