Pilgrim Nuclear public hearing, Diane Turco
Photo credit: M. Scott Brauer
This Week’s Featured Interview:
- Diane Turco, Executive Director of Cape Downwinders, a group dedicated to the permanent closure of the Pilgrim nuclear power reactor in Plymouth, Massachusetts, updates us on the problems and dangers at that facility in just the first four months of 2018.
Numnutz of the Week (for Outstanding Nuclear Boneheadedness):
Fukushima Food Fight Continues! World Trade Organization orders South Korea to buy Fukushima seafood after Japan’s second appeal. Time for SK to appeal. Think they can keep this going until after Japan’s 2020 Radioactive… uh, Tokyo Olympics?
The Missing Links:
- San Francisco – Toxic soil went from SF’s Hunters Point to CA state landfills
- Hanford – Why Was Plutonium Dust Left to Blow for Miles Across a Washington (state) Plateau?
- Hanford – Feds Bash Hanford Nuclear Waste Plant Troubles, Question DOE Priorities
- Bob Alvarez – Trump Faces Obstacles to a Korean Deal, Some Self-Inflicted
- Canada – Petition urging better regulations and urgent reforms to nsure the best anagement of long-lived radioactive waste. Canadian citizens only can sign HERE.