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OUR MISSION: NEW ENGLAND COALITION ADVOCATES

FOR A SAFE, NUCLEAR FREE, ENERGY FUTURE

New England Coalition on Nuclear Pollution investigates the
safety, suitability, and environmental effects of nuclear power plants; we
participate in government hearings; and we inform the public and
government agencies of the hazards and risks of nuclear power.

 

NUKES EASY TARGET
FOR TERRORISTS

IN THE NEWS -

WFMY (North Carolina), Aug. 16, 2013: ‘All US nuclear reactors vulnerable to terrorists
- That is the headline that makes you stop. After the 9/11 attacks and threats around the world, we are on high alert.

NBC Today, Aug. 16, 2013: “Terrorists could create a meltdown at a reactor in a matter of minutes,

but the SWAT teams would arrive after about an hour and a half.” -Prof. Alan Kuperman, one of the authors of the University of Texas report

Fox News, Aug. 16, 2013: Attacking some of our nuclear plants could be a piece of cake for the terrorists.

That’s according to a brand new report commissioned by the Pentagon. [...] One of the reports authors concludes,

“These nuclear reactors are naked.” [...] This report flies in the face of what the nuclear industry  says about its own security since 9/11.


Watch the broadcasts here: NBCFOXWFMY

 

Get the NEW REPORT released by University of Texas
Protecting U.S. Nuclear Facilities from Terrorist Attack:
Re-assessing the Current “Design Basis Threat” Approach

 

 

CLOSING OF VERMONT YANKEE
AND THE
VT PUBLIC SERVICE BOARD
 JAN 14 PUBLIC HEARING

 

 

New England Coalition On Nuclear Pollution

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See this film! Call or email NEC for details.

   “Everything In Our Power”

EVERYTHING IN OUR POWER           45 min.  The film tells about development of an anti-nuclear nongovernmental organization struggling for closure of one nuclear power plant in Maine (USA). The Maine Yankee power plant was the first one decommissioned according to the "green lawn" principle.  The characters of the film recall their fight for closure of the NPP which was difficult and joyfuland the road they had chosen once made them steeled in battle.  Raymond Shadis, leader of NGO Friends of the Coast, with the support of his- wife Patricia and a small group of friends through the unbelievable efforts and at the expense of hardship had managed to get together a group of activists who over the time of many years did their best to initiate decommissioning of the Maine Yankee plant.  This was the first experience of the large-scale decommissioning in the USA. Not only the nuclear specialists but also the local government and the society were facing the problem newly for the first time since it had never been done before in the United States. They succeeded in making the whole process safe with involvement and cooperation of all the stakeholders.  The film is produced by NGO Greenworld in the framework of the international project DECOMMISSION (decomatom..org) with financial support of Norwegian Society for the Conservation of Nature, Friends of the Earth Norway (Norges Naturvernforbund, Oslo), and Center for Safe Energy (Berkeley, California) and with organizational support of NGO Friends of the Coast (Maine, USA).  Production: NGO Greenworld tel/fax: +7(81369)72991 Leningrad oblast Sosnovy Bar  bodrov@greenworld.org.ru http://greenworld.org.ru  http://decomatom. org

 


 

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Ten Most Radioactive Places on Earth
Mapped Out [GRAPHIC]  ClimateViewer News


THE FINAL ROUND OF FILINGS w/VPSB

IN ENTERGY’S SECOND AMENDED PETITION FOR A CPG
TO CONTINUE OPERATING THROUGH  2014:
NEC’S & OTHER PARTIES COMMENTS 11/22/13

 

VPSB Orders Opportunity For Additional Argument in VY Case


NEC 42nd Annual Members & Friends Meeting video

‘Life After VY: What Next?’    Community Forum sponsored by The Commons  Sept. 18, 2013  Hooker-Dunham Theater, 139 Main Street, Brattleboro, VT 0530 video and transcript


 

 

 

 

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