No Nukes Wisconsin
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Members of a coalition working to keep the door closed on new nuclear power reactors in Wisconsin, while pressing for a carbon free, nuclear free state energy policy, have kept a steady stream of information flowing in the state's news media. Commentary from coalition partners and others:
Diane Farsetta op ed: Remove nuclear provisions from Clean Energy Jobs Act
Wisconsin Environment research report: Generating Failure:How Building Nuclear Power Plants Would Set America Back in the Race Against Global Warming
George Wagner op ed column: We should say no to coal.
Al Gedicks op ed column in Green Bay Press Gazette: Nuclear power is a false solution to climate change.
Peter Bradford op ed column: Massive nuclear subsidies won't solve climate change.
Clean Wisconsin: Wisconsin: The Next Yucca Mountain?
Letter from WNPJ member Lee Brown: State Journal stance on nuclear energy wrong, but predictable
Frank Von Hippel, a physicist, professor of public and international affairs at Princeton University and co-chair of the International Panel on Fissile Materials, in The Capital Times: Reprocessing nuclear fuel a dangerous option
Al Gedicks of Wisconsin Resource Protection Council, in the La Crosse Tribune:Nuclear energy option is neither safe nor affordable
Jim Draeger of Peace Action-Wisconsin in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Nuclear power: The fool's choice
WNPJ Co-chair Bill Christofferson in Milwaukee's Shepherd Express: Battle looms over relaxing nuclear regulations.
Christofferson in the Appleton Post Crescent: Nuclear power not as green, safe or cheap as supporters say
Letter from WNPJ co-chairs to governor and legislature: Don't relax nuclear plant rules. News release.
Coalition of 12 public interest groups urges governor and legislature to oppose nuclear power. Letter.
A Wis. Public Interest Research Group (WISPIRG) Report: The High Cost of Nuclear Power
An op ed: Don't ignore two big drawbacks to nuke power by Pam Kleiss, Physicians for Social Responsibility
An op ed by WISPIRG's Bruce Speight: Nuclear power is too costly.
An op ed: Nuclear power still doesn't make sense by WNPJ co-chair Bill Christofferson
Download a free book: Carbon-Free and Nuclear-Free: A Roadmap for U.S. Energy Policy
Sierra Club's Shahla Werner op-ed: Nuclear energy too risky when efficiency works
Green Bay Press Gazette: Climate crisis will not be solved by nuclear power By Bill Christofferson
Xoff Blog: Nuclear industry targeting Wisconsin.
John LaForge (of Nukewatch) column: The toll of Three Mile Island
Op ed column by Al Gedicks of Wisconsin Resources Protection Council, Nuclear myths are challenged.
Video: A debate on nuclear power