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Thursday
Mar222012

Defending democracy today in support of Vermont

The government and people of Vermont want Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant shut down. Reactor owner, Entergy, supported by lapdog federal regulator, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, is allowing the dangerous nuke to continue operating. Today, we call Entergy a corporate outlaw and demand it honor states' rights. Watch for updates on actions.

Thursday
Mar222012

Protesters chain gates at Vermont Yankee on day it should have closed

March 21: Buddhist monks chanted and activists drummed and sang as seven women chained closed the gates at the 40-year old Vermont Yankee reactor that the state voted to close on March 21, 2012. Watch news story.

Tuesday
Mar202012

Truly amazing video by Japanese band - the whole story (with subtitles). Watch!

Tuesday
Mar202012

Alice Slater shows how sustainable energy can bring peace on Earth

Alice Slater of Abolition 2000 made this presentation at the recent Left Forum in New York City which took place March 16-18 at PACE Universiry. Slater is New York Director of the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation and its UN representative. She is a founder of Abolition 2000, a global network for the elimination of nuclear weapons and a member of the Board of the Lawyers Committee for Nuclear Policy. She serves on the Advisory Boards of the Global Network Against Weapons and Nuclear Power in Space and the Rideau Institute. 

Wednesday
Mar142012

U.S. Congressman Conyers honors Beyond Nuclear at Fukushima commemoration

U.S. Congressman John Conyers, Jr. (D-MI), ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee and one of the longest serving Members of Congress in U.S. historyU.S. Congressman John Conyers, Jr. (pictured, left), one of the longest serving members of Congress in U.S. history, and ranking Democrat on the U.S. House Judiciary Committee, honored Beyond Nuclear not only with his presence, but also his kind words, at a March 11th Fukushima Nuclear Catastrophe commemorative event held in Livonia, Michigan, near the Fermi 2 atomic reactor, the world's largest Fukushima Daiichi twin design reactor, a General Electric Boiling Water Reactor with a Mark I containment.

The event, "Will Fermi 3 Radiation 'Into Eternity?'," featured a screening of the documentary film Into Eternity, about Finland's proposed high-level radioactive waste dumpsite. Beyond Nuclear's Kevin Kamps followed the film with a presentation on the radioactive waste and atomic reactor risks plaguing the Detroit area, as well as the Great Lakes region beyond.

Congressman Conyers spoke first during the discussion afterwards, stating that this powerful event marked a turning point for anti-nuclear activism in the area. He said the event was one of the most important he had attended in some time, and that he would look into conducting congressional hearings on such important subject matter in the near future.

The event was organized by BetterWorld Happenings, founded by Keith Gunter, a Beyond Nuclear launch partner. About 80 people attended, including a number of long-time veteran anti-nuclear campaigners in Michigan representing Citizens for Alternatives to Chemical Contamination, Peace Action of Michigan, Don't Waste Michigan, Sierra Club Michigan Chapter Southeast Michigan Group, Coalition for a Nuclear-Free Great Lakes, and other organizations.