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RADIATION MONITORING PROJECT HOLDS FIRST TRAINING

Radiation expert Lucas Hixson at Chicago RMP training
Radiation expert Lucas Hixson at Chicago RMP training

NEIS hosted the first training session of the newly formed Radiation Monitoring Project (RMP) in Chicago on October 30th.  Nuclear researcher Lucas Hixson of Enformable Environmental Services of Michigan conducted an intensive training for 10 eager trainees on the topics of radiation and the field use of monitors.

The Chicago event was the first of what will be a series of trainings Continue reading RADIATION MONITORING PROJECT HOLDS FIRST TRAINING

GRASSROOTS ORGANIZATIONS RECEIVE $8,000.00 IN ANONYMOUS DONATION FOR “RADIATION MONITORING PROJECT”

Chicago, IL.—The “Radiation Monitoring Project”, a national initiative to establish monitoring of radioactivity in communities contaminated by the nuclear fuel chain, received over half its Fund Title$15,000 fundraising goal in a single anonymous donation earlier this week.

The Radiation Monitoring Project is a collaboration among three organizations: Diné No Nukes (DNN) of the Southwest region, Nuclear Energy Information Service (NEIS) located in Chicago, Illinois and Sloths Against Nuclear State (SANS) based in Brooklyn, NY. These Continue reading GRASSROOTS ORGANIZATIONS RECEIVE $8,000.00 IN ANONYMOUS DONATION FOR “RADIATION MONITORING PROJECT”

…and NEIS Was There!

2,500 at NYC Climate March Send Message:  Nuclear Power? – NO Thanks!

At least 15 NEIS members went to New York City to march in the historic Climate March on Sept. 20th, marching with over 2,500

NEIS members with banner. L to R: Carol Kurz, Jan Boudart, Linda Lewison. Gloria Fallon out of picture to R.
NEIS members with banner. L to R: Carol Kurz, Jan Boudart, Linda Lewison. Gloria Fallon out of picture to R.

others from around the country in the event’s “No Nukes!” Nuclear Free/Carbon Free contingent.  A lot of our friends from Frack Free Illinois were also there.  Over 1,000 bright yellow flags and signs made an unmistakably clear point to New York and the world: “Nuclear Power? – No Thanks!” Continue reading …and NEIS Was There!