Monthly Archives: April 2013

Keep San Onofre Shutdown – For Good!

Gary and Lauri Headrick – On the Frontline Video # 6 in the SHUTDOWN ‘Preview Interview’ series produced by EON in co-operation with WomensEnergyMatters.org. Gary & Lauri Headrick, founders of SanClementeGreen.org tell why they are devoting their lives to seeing … Continue reading

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Berkeley Votes for a Nuclear Free California

Nuclear Free California Movement Grows This is edition presents historic videos of the Rally and Berkeley City Council vote on the resolution to call for the shutting down of California’s nuclear power reactors and a transition to clean, sustainable energy … Continue reading

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California's Unnecessary Nukes – Barbara George

The State has an Excess of Generating Capacity WITHOUT San Onofre and Diablo Canyon. Founder/Director of Womens Energy Matters describes her discoveries as a professional intervenor on behalf of the public interest at the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), private … Continue reading

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The Serious Risks of San Onofre – Harvey Wasserman

Risk Assessment Investigative Journalist, long-time anti-nuclear activist, editor of https://www.nukefree.org/ lays out the risks of a San Onofre restart. Here’s his report on recent developments (4-13-2013) in San Onofre to the Public: DROP DEAD! Published on Saturday, April 13, 2013 … Continue reading

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What San Onofre Mass Evacuation Plan? – Deanna Polk

Series Continues Emergency response professional Deanna Polk talks about the many holes in radiological emergency preparedness in the region surrounding San Onofre nuclear reactors, including lack of training and resources for first responders and the absence of a realistic mass … Continue reading

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Why to Shutdown San Onofre – Donna Gilmore

On-Going Series This is the second in our series of ‘preview interviews’ of participants in the forthcoming documentary SHUTDOWN: The Case of San Onofre – a look at the reborn Nuclear Free California movement and its opponents, which EON is … Continue reading

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'Kill Nuclear Power Before It Kills Us' – David Freeman

SHUTDOWN: The Case of San Onofre Preview Interviews Launched This is the first in our series of ‘preview interviews’ of participants in the forthcoming documentary SHUTDOWN: The Case of San Onofre – a look at the reborn Nuclear Free California … Continue reading

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Gambling With the Planet. 'Beyond Irresponsible!'

Put On Your BigBoy Pants, America, and Suck It Up! Updated [ Scroll down for videos: SHUTDOWN: The Case of San Onofre – Preview Interviews ] Speaking at a March 12 symposium hosted by the Defense Strategies Institute, Paul Kudarauskas, … Continue reading

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Petitions to Lower Radiation Allowed in Food

Citizens Demand FDA Monitor Radioactivity in U.S. Food. Set Protective Limits. [Scroll down for videos.] Fukushima Fallout Continues to Reach U.S. Two years ago March 2011, radioactive fallout from the Fukushima triple nuclear meltdowns and explosions crossed the Pacific, rained … Continue reading

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Post-Fukushima Food Monitoring in the U.S.

Cindy Folkers, of BeyondNuclear.org, gave this informative presentation as part of the 2-day international symposium on ‘The Medical and Ecological Consequences of the Fukushima Nuclear Accident,’ held at the New York Academy of Medicine, NYC, March 11 & 12, 2013, … Continue reading

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