Author Archives: Safe and Green Campaign

Your Input Needed at NDCAP Sept. 21

As far as we know, the only press which covered this event was WAMC (Albany NY radio): https://www.wamc.org/post/decommissioning-panel-holds-meeting-vermont-yankee-and-spent-fuel-policy   LET’S GET SOME CITIZEN INPUT INTO THE NUCLEAR DECOMMISSIONING CITIZENS ADVISORY PANEL!! By Ann Darling, Safe and Green Campaign & Citizens Awareness … Continue reading

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Nuke Waste Action in Congress

Somehow, a staffer in Rep Welch’s office thought because nobody had spoken up about rad waste, it was okay to vote YES on Yucca Mountain and interim storage bills. Let him know he was wrong. While you’re busy writing to … Continue reading

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NDCAP $ and Next Meeting Feb. 3rd

The next Nuclear Decommissioning Citizens Advisory Panel meeting on February 3rd will tackle the issue of who pays to support NDCAP. In a letter to the editor, Safe and Green Campaign member Ann Darling  asks ” How can the panel … Continue reading

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‘Bright Future’ of Nukes

The Greenfield Recorder published an article on page 1 of its January 7, 2020 edition headlined: Author Shares Thoughts on ‘Bright Future’ of Nuclear Power.  [Link to article is here] It includes cynical, jaw dropping statements like this: Environmental groups, … Continue reading

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NDCAP Meets Monday 1/13

MEDIA RELEASE Vermont Public Service Department Announces January 13, 2020 Meeting of the Nuclear Decommissioning Citizens Advisory Panel.  Montpelier, VT – The Public Service Department today announced the next meeting of the Vermont Nuclear Decommissioning Citizens Advisory Panel (VT NDCAP) … Continue reading

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One Persistent Question

“The issue is a perennial one: Will there be enough money to tear down, clean up and decontaminate the Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant site in Vernon? And if the money runs out? What will happen?” The Brattleboro Reformer covered … Continue reading

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NDCAP Dec. 5th

Vermont’s Nuclear Decommissioning Citizens Advisory Panel (NDCAP) has been scheduled for Thursday, December 5, 2019, from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM in the Brattleboro Area Middle School Multi-Purpose Room, 109 Sunny Acres Road, Brattleboro. “In addition to updates from NorthStar … Continue reading

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Press Tour of VY

On October 17, NorthStar hosted a press tour of Vermont Yankee. Only local press reports followed. Everything’s hunky dory. NorthStar must be feeling gleeful, anticipating the windfall from the leftovers in the decommissioning trust fund that will flow into their … Continue reading

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NDCAP Meets October 16

MEDIA RELEASE  Vermont Public Service Department Announces October 16, 2019 Meeting of the Nuclear Decommissioning Citizens Advisory Panel.  Montpelier, VT – The Public Service Department today announced the next meeting of the Vermont Nuclear Decommissioning Citizens Advisory Panel (VT NDCAP) … Continue reading

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“Accidents Can Happen” TMI Documentary

Coming to Brattleboro on October 26! Film maker, professor and ecofeminist Heidi Hutner will be speaking about women, gender, and nuclearity, and showing a short from her film: ACCIDENTS CAN HAPPEN: The Women of Three Mile Island. OCTOBER 26 1:30 … Continue reading

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