The proposed 6000 MegaWatt (MWe) nuclear power plant at Mithivirdi in the Bhavnagar district of Gujarat has now been officially slated for Kovada, Andhra Pradesh. A decade long struggle to save their land has ended in victory for the villagers of the region.

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Germany has tried a new way to transport its nuclear waste: through river Neckar. Earlier, the radioactive waste was transported through road and rail and massive protests used to greet the Castor nuclear waste transport. This week, large number of protesters gathered at river-front and bridges along the route to Neckarwestheim where the radioactive waste is being transported.

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Federal, state legislative actions threaten renewables, efficiency again; create new radioactive waste threats If you believe in safe energy and a less-nuclear world, we ask you to take immediate action on two urgent issues described below. Actions in Springfield threaten to take away some of the hard-won renewable energy gains of the last year, as … Continue reading NEIS ACTION ALERT! Federal, state legislative actions threaten renewables, efficiency again; create new radioactive waste threats …read moreRead More


Nuclear Negligence examines safety weaknesses at U.S. nuclear weapon sites operated by corporate contractors. The Center for Public Integrity’s 4-part probe, based on contractor and government reports and officials involved in bomb-related work, revealed unpublicized accidents at nuclear weapons facilities, including some that caused avoidable radiation exposures. It also discovered that the penalties imposed by the government for these errors were typically small, relative to the tens of millions of dollars the NNSA gives to each of the contractors annually in pure profit.

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Nuclear Negligence examines safety weaknesses at U.S. nuclear weapon sites operated by corporate contractors. The Center for Public Integrity’s 4-part probe, based on contractor and government reports and officials involved in bomb-related work, revealed unpublicized accidents at nuclear weapons facilities, including some that caused avoidable radiation exposures. It also discovered that the penalties imposed by the government for these errors were typically small, relative to the tens of millions of dollars the NNSA gives to each of the contractors annually in pure profit.

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