- Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station exempted from safety upgrades
- Six years after Fukushima – women and children still suffer most
- Engineers: Fix design flaw or shut down nuclear plants
- Entergy to close Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station by 2019
- Letters to Editors and ‘My Views’
- Inspection finds broken backup tower
- Letter by Jeff Berger: Plymouth taxpayer’s perspective
- Resolution passed by the Democratic State Convention 9/19/2015
- Nuclear Power Kills: the Real Reason the NRC Canceled Its Nuclear Site Cancer Study
- Pilgrim nuclear plant says it may shut down
- New study shows radiogenic risk of leukemia 50% greater than previously thought
- NRC drops cancer study. Does it matter?
- The scram that breaks the camel’s back?
- NRC pulls plug on cancer study near nuclear plants
- Cape Cod Bay Watch Report says Entergy, regulators failed to monitor plant’s effects on the Bay
- Groups want Pilgrim permit yanked
- How Important is Pilgrim’s Electricity?
- Pilgrim’s Juno Storm Mishap (Jan, 2015) was a “Near-miss”
- Senators Markey, Boxer and Sanders Call for Increased Safety at Nuclear Plants
- Massachusetts: Nuclear bills to support in 2015
Are We Safer? Join Dr. Edwin Lyman and State Senator for the Cape and Islands, Dan Wolf in Barnstable on June 10th. (VIDEO)
Dr. Lyman, is a Senior Scientist with the Union of Concerned Scientists’ Global Security Program, and an author of the recent book, Fukushima: The Story of a Nuclear Disaster.
written by Bill Maurer and Diane Turco after their meeting with Chairwoman Allison Macfarlane (with 9 attachments).
Living downwind of a Fukushima-style nuke with no hope of timely evacuation is unacceptable.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission ranks the Pilgrim plant in Plymouth, Mass. at #2 highest risk nationwide of nuclear core damage from an earthquake. New seismic data for Eastern states boost Pilgrim’s risk seven times higher than the previous estimate.
All towns on the Cape and Martha’s Vineyard, State Senator Dan Wolf, Barnstable County Commissioners, and more…
Is the monitoring of those emissions adequate? Is the Department of Public Health doing all it should to protect the public?
…to revoke Pilgrim’s permits and to require that Pilgrim be decommissioned in the shortest time and safest manner feasible.
Civil resisters mount a vigorous necessity defense.
…when all 15 Cape towns voted overwhelmingly to ask our governor to send a letter to the NRC calling for the Pilgrim reactor to be closed because our safety can not be assured, he ignored the citizens of Cape Cod. A direct action effort succeeded in his writing a letter.