Radioactive Waste Dump Connection between Yucca Mt. (pictured above) and its the NRC-approved West Texas so-called “interim” waste site
exposed and lambasted by Western Shoshone Principal Man Ian Zabarte.
This Week’s Featured Interviews:
- Radioactive waste dump connection between Yucca Mountain and West Texas explored and exposed by Ian Zabarte, Principal Man for the Western Bands of the Shoshone Nation. He rips apart the recent decision by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to approve a high level “interim” nuclear waste dump in West Texas and brings to the fore a range of Native American issues long-overlooked by the NRC and the nuclear industry in connection with this nuclear sacrilege.
You can CONTACT Ian at: www.NativeCommunityActionCouncil.org.
- Dave Kraft of Nuclear Energy Information Service (NEIS) gives us the latest unfortunate update in the ongoing saga of taxpayer-funded bailouts of unprofitable for-profit Exelon nuclear reactors in Illinois. Then he lets us know what’s being planned for the nuclear honey-pot of Congress in the proposed Build Back Better Act. It’s not a pretty picture!
Video featuring Greg Jaczko, former chair of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, which is referenced in the interview with Dave Kraft:
Numnutz of the Week (for Outstanding Nuclear Boneheadedness):
The United Nations’ COP 26 conference on the climate crisis has for the first time banned nuclear groups from presenting their propaganda. No, that’s not the “numnutzery” – it’s the nuclear industry crying in its beer over not being allowed to crash the party!
- In the Dark of the Valley – link to get tickets for the online showing of this award-winning film about the mothers fighting to clean up the Santa Susana Field Lab site only 30 miles from Downtown Los Angeles.
- New Nuclear: What’s At Stake for Wildlife? – webinar on October 7, 2-3:30 pm Eastern Time. To register, CLICK ON TITLE.
New Website coming!
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