Download and distribute this petition urging President Obama to reverse his support of nuclear power.
Dr. Richard Krejsa created this map of approximate distances from the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant.
PG&E has requested that only the final approval for the license renewal process be delayed until after the 3D seismic studies are complete. The license renewal process is to continue on schedule.
Jane Swanson spoke before the Board of Supervisors on behalf of the Mothers for Peace regarding PG&E's application for license renewal for Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant.
A total of 45 groups and individuals from across the nation are formally asking the NRC to immediately suspend all licensing and other activities until a thorough post-Fukushima reactor crisis examination is completed.
Mothers for Peace responds to the tragedy in Japan and the implications for Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant.
This Viewpoint was published in the San Luis Obispo Tribune on May 18, 2011. It points out that only since the disaster in Fukushima is the NRC beginning to ask nuclear plants to report on how they plan to prevent massive radiation releases in case of an extreme event.
Union of Concerned Scientists advance science-based solutions to curb global warming and generate clean and renewable energy.
A June 7 Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) Order to delay for 52 months the schedule for hearings on an application for license renewal at the Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant leads to the inescapable conclusion that the original schedule was unjustified.
The purpose of the NRC meeting is to discuss operation performance of Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant. Below are relevant topics and questions to pose to the NRC: seismic issues, problem identification and resolution, NRC enforcement process, current deficiencies regarding residual heat removal, preparedness for extreme events, and emergency response planning.
The SLO-RESCO project seeks to develop a "big picture" for moving San Luis Obispo communities to more sustainable energy systems.
The 2009 Integrated Energy Policy Report was prepared in response to Senate Bill 1389.
As reported by domesticfuel.com and according to Monthly Energy Review, renewable energy production in the United States has surpassed nuclear energy production.
Mothers for Peace representative Maria Kindel and her daughter, Sierra, met with Congresswoman Lois Capps in Washington, D.C. to deliver 8,000 signatures on petitions urging President Obama to stop supporting nuclear energy and become an advocate for sustainable energy.
Help gather signatures demanding that the NRC close the two California nuclear power plants.
MULTIPLE LEGAL CHALLENGES: ALL NUCLEAR REACTOR LICENSING MUST BE DELAYED OR CANCELLED DUE TO EXISTING FEDERAL LAW 26 Groups Call on Nuclear Regulatory Commission to Follow Legal Requirements for Reactor Licensing & Relicensing
Join the Peacewalk for a Nuclear Free World. It begins at Diablo Canyon on October 22 and ends in Vallejo on November 6.
Take action and educate yourself through a variety of websites and articles.
In response to the Emergency Petition filed by San Luis Obispo Mothers for Peace and 44 other groups, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) denied the Petitioners’ request that the agency suspend all licensing proceedings until after the lessons of Fukushima are learned.
In 2010, the NRC's Atomic Safety and Licensing Board granted the Mothers for Peace a hearing on four contentions regarding PG&E's license renewal application. On October 12, 2011, however, the five NRC commissioners agreed to hear only one of those contentions and reversed the decision to hear the three others. Mothers for Peace believes that this decision excuses PG&E and the NRC from having to fully comply with the laws that are intended to protect the public.
A report by the National Academy of Sciences acknowledges that radiation is more harmful to women.
Fall 2011 Newsletter