Comment from Safe & Green: (1) The format of the meeting has changed. Instead of waiting until the end of the meeting to comment on all agenda items, the public will have comment time at the end of each agenda … Continue reading
UPDATE: On October 9, the NRC scaled WAYYYYYY back. No daily updates to the website, so we don’t know about any problems, accidents, or if a reactor has powered down (always a clue that something’s up).NRC inspectors will stay in … Continue reading
Citizens Awareness Network has posted two new resources on their website: a brochure “Clean Up VT Yankee Safely and Completely” and a Fact Sheet, “VT Yankee: Slow and Thorough Decommissioning.” You can download the documents here: http://www.nukebusters.org/resources-reports-materials.shtml
Safe and Green Campaign is compiling useful links to resources on Vermont Yankee Decommissioning. Click RESOURCES in the green tab line above, to get to the new page. It is a work in progress. Email your suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org with … Continue reading
“Taking Power: Photographs from the Movement to Shut Down Vermont Yankee” will be opening from 5:30-8:00pm at the Gallery Walk on September 6. The show will take place at the Elliot Street Cafe for September and October. Three outstanding photographers’ … Continue reading
Our tradition has been to post links to relevant news items in addition to our own commentary and actions. We are now faced with an overabundance of riches. Entergy’s closure of Yankee, and activists’ role in its demise, are important … Continue reading
Join Safe & Green, Nuclear Free Vermont, and Citizens Awareness Network to march for a nuclear free future in Brattleboro’s 4th of July parade. Details on our Events tab.
Chikako Nishiyama, a nuclear refugee from Kawauchi, Japan, was on a speaking tour of the Northeast US with the assistance of Chiho Kaneko. Her trip was inspired by our Voices of Fukushima actions to honor those evacuated and still homeless … Continue reading