WASHINGTON, D.C -- Over 240 organizations, including Friends of the Earth, Indigenous Environmental Network, Food & Water Watch, The League of Women Voters, Physicians for Social Responsibility, Public Citizen, Nuclear Information and Resource…
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Illinois Legislators should oppose Exelon’s current $700 million nuclear ransom demand. You can’t build an energy future by bailing out the past.
Recent revelations  that Exelon’s business partner EDF is curbing its enthusiasm…
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STATEMENT ON ILLINOIS LEGISLATIVE INACTION
ON ENERGY LEGISLATION
Everything in its own time. Or so the old saying goes. The Illinois Legislature demonstrated that old maxim once again by failing to vote…
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Illinois’ Energy Legislation Due for Completion This Week
Your LAST Chance to Tell Them What You Want!
7 competing bills; over 3,500 pages of competing legislation!
This week (May 10, 2021) the Illinois Legislature will determine…
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ACTION ALERT: House vote expected next week on Shimkus Bill to Re-Start Yucca Mt.
A vote is finally expected on the controversial H.R. 3053, the NUCLEAR WASTE POLICY ACT AMENDMENTS OF 2017. This bill is authored by Rep. John Shimkus…
NorwaySaying goodbye to the combustion engine fueled by fossil fuels.Going electric isn’t good enough for us here at NEIS. We always ask, “How is the electricity being generated for those electric cars?” Norway is fortunate to have well over 95% of their electricity generated by hydropower. No fossil fuels or nuclear energy.Yes we can! ... See MoreSee Less
We are so sorry to hear of her passing. Rest In Peace Sister Megan Rice.Sr. Megan Gillespie Rice, S.H.C.J., Presente!January 31, 1930 - October 10, 2021May her memory be a blessing. <3Peace and nuclear disarmament activist, Catholic nun and member of the Transform Now Plowshares, Megan was arrested several dozen times for acts of nonviolent protest at military and nuclear weapons sites. She spent time in prison for actions at the Y-12 nuclear weapons complex and for protesting torture at Ft. Benning’s U.S. Army School of the Americas.Dear friend, we are thinking of times spent with you over the years in courtrooms, around our kitchen table and at protests (at the Nevada Test site, Ft. Benning, Los Alamos, Y-12, Bangor nuclear sub base and elsewhere). Being with you was such a gift. With gratitude for the example and witness of your life, and for all you did to build a peaceful and nuclear-free world.(photo by Felice Cohen-Joppa) ... See MoreSee Less
The Nuclear Hotseat Show! #537Oconee Nuclear in South Carolina At Risk of Inland Tsunami from Jocassee Dam – Paul GunterOconee Nuclear reactors – all three of them – will be in the water pathway if there is a breach at the Jocassee Dam, only 12 miles away. That would be the equivalent ofSIX Mississippi Rivers in a wall of water 19 feet high. Can you say… “Fukushima?”nuclearhotseat.com/2021/10/06/oconee-nuclear-south-carolina-inland-tsunami/... See MoreSee Less