Nita Lowey Is Introducing 3 Bills Related to IP Closure
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Nita Lowey Is Introducing 3 Bills Related to IP Closure

Congressperson Nita Lowey has three bills to help the area when Indian Point closes. While we might not agree with all three, we certainly appreciate her attention to a very important issue in her district. The Examiner News has this article about her recent visit. “The Redistribution of Fines to Our Communities Act would redistribute … Continue reading

April 29: Nuclear-Free, Carbon-Free Contingent at the People’s Climate March
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April 29: Nuclear-Free, Carbon-Free Contingent at the People’s Climate March

We are marching for a 100% renewable, nuclear-free, carbon-free world. The climate crisis is the defining issue of our time. It poses an existential threat to life on Earth in a manner civilization never before has faced. Immediate action is necessary to slash climate-changing emissions in all sectors of society. On April 29, the Nuclear-Free, … Continue reading

“Nuclear Ticking Time Bomb 28 Miles From NYC – America’s Lawyer”
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“Nuclear Ticking Time Bomb 28 Miles From NYC – America’s Lawyer”

“Via America’s Lawyer: Mike Papantonio speaks to senior attorney and president for the Waterkeeper Alliance, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., about the decision to shut down the troubled Indian Point nuclear power plant by 2021. Transcript of the above video: Mike Papantonio: For years, environmentalists have been fighting to shut down the Indian Point nuclear plant, … Continue reading

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“CBS2 Exclusive: When Indian Point Closes, What Happens To Its Nuclear Waste?”

“BUCHANAN, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — The Indian Point nuclear power plant will be shut down four years from now, but what will come of all the radioactive waste that’s stored there? CBS2’s Brian Conybeare took an exclusive look at the 40-foot deep spent fuel pool inside the Westchester County facility. “You’re looking at about 30 years of used nuclear … Continue reading