C-10 Research & Education Foundation, Inc.
Our watchdog partner to the south, C-10 represents Massachusetts residents that are affected by the Seabrook nuclear power plant. For over 20 years, C-10 has been operating a radiological airborne monitoring system in the Massachusetts Emergency Planning Zone (EPZ) to monitor radiological releases from the Seabrook power plant. C-10 is under contract with the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, and their website is full of information on the status of the Seabrook power plant.
The New England Coalition on Nuclear Pollution
The New England Coalition has been the people’s advocate for safe energy since 1971. They investigate the safety, suitability, and environmental effects of nuclear power plants; participate in government hearings; and inform the public and government agencies of the hazards and risks of nuclear power. NECNP played a critical role in Vermont Yankee’s decision to shut down their plant within the next few years.
The Union of Concerned Scientists
The UCS is a group of scientists and engineers who work to develop and implement innovative, practical solutions to some of our planet’s most pressing problems—from combating global warming and developing sustainable ways to feed, power, and transport ourselves, to fighting misinformation, advancing racial equity, and reducing the threat of nuclear war.
Beyond Nuclear advocates for an energy future that is sustainable, benign and democratic. The Beyond Nuclear team works with diverse partners and allies to provide the public, government officials, and the media with the critical information necessary to move humanity toward a world beyond nuclear. The Beyond Nuclear website is an incredibly informative resource for anyone studying nuclear power.
350 New Hampshire
350NH is an affiliate of the national group 350.org. 350NH focuses on local issues, including state policy, the proposed NH fracked gas pipeline (NED), offshore wind, and organizing local events. The Seacoast Anti-Pollution League often partners with 350NH on renewable energy efforts in New Hampshire.