Virginia, Maryland, and North Carolina Partner on Offshore Wind

In a brilliant economic and environmental move, the governors of Virginia, Maryland, and North Carolina recently committed to developing offshore wind in the Mid-Atlantic. This partnership is a significant step forward for America’s clean energy future The U.S. Energy Department … Read More

Mapping Uranium: View the True Footprint of Uranium in the World

Beyond Nuclear has announced the publication of The Uranium Atlas: Facts and Data about the Raw Material of the Atomic Age. First published in Germany in September of 2019, the English edition of the Uranium Atlas is a collaboration of … Read More

SAPL Celebrates 50th Anniversary!

UPDATE: Our anniversary gathering was held on Friday, September 13, 2019. Thank you to everyone who came out to celebrate with us! Join us for an evening of solidarity, stories, and inspiration as we celebrate SAPL’s 50th Anniversary fighting for … Read More

World Offshore Wind Expert to Speak in York, Maine

Don’t miss this special presentation on the energy future of the Gulf of Maine and New England. While it focuses on current events in Maine, this presentation will be directly relevant to New Hampshire – especially since the federal BOEM … Read More

Former NRC Chair Discusses the Reality of Nuclear Power in 2019

In an op-ed published in the Washington Post, former NRC chairman Greg Jaczko discusses the reality of nuclear power in 2019. He tells it like it is – stating that nuclear power is, “no longer a viable strategy for dealing … Read More

Bloomberg Report: Nuclear Industry is Ignoring the Real Danger of Climate Change

A very disturbing but important report was recently published in Bloomberg Businessweek on the unwillingness of the US nuclear industry and its “regulator,” the NRC, to own up to failings at US plants to prepare for the inevitable challenges of … Read More

Fukushima: 8 years out and the disaster drags on

It’s been eight years since the Fukushima Daiichi disaster, and Japan is ready to move on. They’re even planning a party to celebrate and inviting the whole world. It’ll be called Tokyo 2020. The torch relay is going to start … Read More

NRC Renews License for Seabrook Station

On March 12, 2019, the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission extended the operating license for Seabrook Station through 2050. This decision was made amid the ongoing legal intervention and yet-to-be-scheduled formal public hearing on the ASR issue (by our allies … Read More

Seabrook Relicensing Hearing – UPDATED

(updated with video footage on February 24, 2019) The Nuclear Regulatory Commission held a meeting to discuss the status and solicit public input on the degrading concrete structures in the Seabrook Nuclear Plant. This hastily-convened public meeting (as a result … Read More

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