NYC Actions to Shut Indian Point


NYC actions
Citizens Demand To Close
Indian Point Nuclear Plant

We, residents of the Hudson Valley and the metropolitan New York and New Jersey areas, are demanding that the licensing renewals for the Indian Point nuclear power plant for 2013 and 2015 be denied, and that the plant is closed down as soon as possible. Studies have shown that with upgrades in the New York State power grid, with energy efficiency and conservation measures, and investment in renewable sources, Indian Point’s capacity can be replaced with minimal cost to consumers.

Close the Indian Point
Nuclear Power Plant
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To: Members of Congress: Senator Barbara Boxer, Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, Senator Chuck Schumer, Senator Ron Wyden, Senator Bernie Sanders, Representative Eliot Engel, Representative Nita Lowey, Representative Sean Patrick Maloney.

Stop the Nuclear Regulatory Commission from relicensing the Indian Point nuclear reactors 2 and 3.

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March 11, 2016 Remember Fukushima Boycott Nuclear Power No Nukes!

It’s the fifth anniversary of the Fukushima disaster. To mark that tragedy, we are asking everyone to boycott grid powered electricity as much as possible.

On this day, let’s withhold our money from the electric utilities that are poisoning our planet and pressure them to drop nuclear power forever.

Join this event on Facebook.

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Stop the Great Lakes Nuclear Dump

Hello all C.A.N.ers! This past week we, as the Coalition Against Nukes, USA, signed onto a powerful letter to the newly elected Canadian premier and his newly appointed environmental minister to say a big NO to the insane idea of burying nuclear waste on the shores of our Great Lake Huron. Please, as this decision looms, make your voices heard by emailing your opposition to the email addresses below. NO NUKES!!!!!


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International Appeal Against India-Japan Nuclear Agreement

International Appeal Against India-Japan Nuclear Agreement

New York City, NY – December 7, 2015 The Coalition Against Nukes and On Behalf of Planet Earth, along with the U.S. anti-nuclear community are standing in solidarity with our counterparts in India and Japan that have launched an international appeal demanding the halt of an impending nuclear deal between the governments of Japan and India that is set to be signed between the 11th and 13th of December during the Japanese prime minister’s visit to India.

“With the, yet uncontained, radioactive nightmare ongoing at Fukushima continuing to contaminate the Pacific Ocean, Japan’s prime minister Shinzo Abe’s push to sell nuclear technology to the fragile and unstable country of India is profit and greed driven madness,” said Priscilla Star, founder of the Coalition Against Nukes.… Read More

International Appeal Against India-Japan Nuclear Agreement

It is tragic that Japan, the only country that has been the victim of nuclear bombs, is actively promoting nuclear weapons and nuclear power plants in a region already fraught with conflicts and sectarianism.

Shinzo Abe’s deal would potentiate ecocide in India.

Shinzo Abe’s deal would unleash nuclear horror on the hapless farmers of India.

Shinzo Abe’s deal preys on the government of India, a country that has a pathetic record on safety, a spineless nuclear regulator, and has bulldozed local communities’ protests against nuclear power plants.

Shinzo Abe’s deal legitimizes India’s nuclear weapons and boosts India’s weapons capacity, fueling the arms race in South Asia.

International Appeal Against India-Japan Nuclear Agreement
Coalition for Nuclear Disarmament and Peace (CNDP)

Petitioning Prime Minister of Japan Mr. Shinzo Abe,

We strongly protest the proposed India-Japan nuclear agreement, which is reportedly going to be signed during your upcoming visit to New Delhi on December 11-13. This nuclear agreement does not only represent an unacceptable zeal to promote nuclear lobbies on the part of Mr. Abe, despite the deepening crisis in Fukushima, but also gives a new lease of life to the nuclear industry facing a terminal crisis in the post-Fukushima world.

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