Author Archives: Safe and Green Campaign

Saturday Earth Week Event

2021 Earth Week event Great River Survival Walk highlights eco-plight of Connecticut River, Saturday, April 24, 10:30am – 12:30pm Environmental justice for the Connecticut River will be the focus of a community walk through the beautiful French King Gorge to … Continue reading

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Vigil March 11: 10 Years Since Fukushima Disaster Began

March 11 marks ten years since Japan was hit by an earthquake and tsunami, destroying 85,000 homes and businesses. By 2021 the country could have rebuilt but for a disaster that continues today: the meltdown of three nuclear reactors in … Continue reading

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March 15 NDCAP Full Panel Meeting

MEETING OF THE FULL PANEL Monday, March 15, 2021 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Microsoft Teams Webcast/Teleconference The Full Panel will hold its first meeting of 2021 on Monday evening, March 15, 2021 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM. In accordance … Continue reading

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Nuclear Weapons and Nuclear Power

Thank you to Safe and Green Campaign’s Ann Darling writing this OpEd for My Turn in the Hampshire Gazette. —– I am very heartened by the signing of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons by 50 countries and … Continue reading

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What’s Next for VY Property? Report

Olga Peters of The Commons of Windham County updates us with her cover story on a new land inventory of the nuclear waste site. January 20, 2021 issue of  Commons News 0596.pdf

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Jan. 20 NDCAP Federal Nuclear Waste Policy Committee

PRESS RELEASE from NDCAP January 20th Special Meeting of the Nuclear Decommissioning Citizens Advisory Panel Federal Nuclear Waste Policy Committee Announced; this inaugural meeting will identify the Committee’s initial steps regarding Federal policies.    Montpelier, VT – The newly-formed Federal … Continue reading

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NDCAP Rethinking Interim Nuclear Waste

11.16.2020 Reformer: Decomm panel to reconsider interim waste storage Headline: Decommissioning panel set to review earlier stand on interim waste storage By Susan Smallheer, Brattleboro Reformer VERNON — Should Vermont take a stand on a national proposal to create an … Continue reading

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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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