Oct. 25, 2012 – Please pass this onto a friend!
False hope: radiation monitoring in the Fukushima area
Watch Dr. Gordon Edwards keynote speaker at the Nuclear Labyrinth 2012 Conference in Huron Ohio, Oct. 4, 2012. He talks on all things nuclear on the Great Lakes. Incredible overview of nuclear issues, from mining to waste to weapons…
Thinking about Thorium Reactors? Risks include: the risk of nuclear weapons proliferation, the risk that reactors could unleash catastrophic amounts of radioactivity (particularly from intentional terrorist attacks or acts of warfare), the unsolved (unsolvable?!) radioactive waste problem, the astronomical expense of RDD (research, development, and demonstration), and the environmental ruination downwind and downstream (as well as up the food chain and down the generations) from reprocessing facilities.
More Iraqi babies suffer birth defects caused by weapons More than half of all the Iraqi babies surveyed were born with a birth defect between 2007 and 2010. Munitions using depleted uranium - a byproduct of the nuclear industry - were used by the US military.
Nuclear Ontario Check out this new website. It's a mock site of the new nuke industry site that is being heavily promoted these days.
GE’s Toronto Uranium Secret 6 min. video. Background article here. Facebook page. Community event.
Huron Declaration We appeal to all people living in the Great Lakes Basin and their elected representatives to say no to OPG's proposed deep underground dump for radioactive wastes.
Stop the Darlington Rebuild The CNSC received over 600 submissions opposing the Darlington refurbishment. Here find links to some great submissions from organizations. Here watch Shawn-Patrick Stensil from Greenpeace speak about the risks of the Darlington rebuild. And here watch Mark Matson from Lake Ontario Waterkeeper speak about the risks of nuclear reactors on Lake Ontario.
Ontario NDP clear on nuclear plants MPP Tabun’s response to the Star article
Youth Views and Concerns on the Darlington Rebuild
Huron-Grey-Bruce Citizens Committee on Nuclear Waste
Ignore the sound and fury: renewables are on a roll Despite the very vocal naysayers who claim that renewable energy is everything from too expensive, too unreliable, too downright dangerous, the reality is that new wind and solar energy projects are getting built, reducing pollution, providing power, making money and creating jobs. And, this is happening the fastest in places where governments have put policies in place to support it.
The sickening truth about wind farm syndrome Hilltop turbines are being blamed for myriad maladies. What is the truth behind these outlandish claims?
Hydro Quebec cancels Gentilly-2 Nuclear Rebuild project! Ontario should follow their lead and cancel the Darlington rebuild. Send a letter to Energy Minister Bentley here. Thank you!
The NDP are asking what your priorities are, and what questions you might have for the Premier. So let’s tell them – say no to the Darlington re-build! firstname.lastname@example.org. (please cc me)
Distributed electricity storage in Ontario Tues. Oct. 30, 6:30 p.m., Ryerson U, Toronto
Ground Source Heating and Cooling Symposium☢Nov. 1, Kortright Centre, Woodbridge, ON. Learn the latest on geothermal research and industry activities.
Our Toxic Nuclear Legacy: Let’s END Saskatchewan’s Growing Radioactive Footprint With Dr. Helen Caldicott, Northern First Nations Elders and youth representatives. Nov. 1, Saskatoon
How can our community deal with nuclear waste? Film screening and discussion. Fri. Nov. 9, Kincardine Library
G.E.’s Uranium Secrete – West-Toronto Meeting Thur. Nov. 15, 7 p.m., 1900 Davenport, Toronto
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