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Nuclear Crisis in Japan

Nuclear Crisis in Japan: Updates on Fukushima reactors and aftermath of Japan earthquake. Updated 11 am, Wednesday, April 27, 2011. Highest radiation readings since onset of accident measured inside Unit 1. New video from nuclear engineer Arnie Gunderson postulates Unit 3 explosion sparked by criticality in its fuel pool.

April 26, 2011. Protests, rallies and other actions in at least 21 states to commemorate 25th anniversary of Chernobyl catastrophe as well as ongoing Fukushima disaster. Actions for a nuclear-free world in April (and beyond). Find an action near you, tell us about your plans.

April 26, 2011. Statement from 87 Japanese NGOs on the 25th anniversary of Chernobyl.

ALERT! President Obama wants $36 Billion more of your dollars to build new nuclear reactors in U.S. Tell your Congressmembers to end taxpayer subsidies for nuclear power now. Take action here.

ALERT! Join us and demand permanent shutdown of all U.S. GE Mark I reactors.
Take action here.
Press release announcing campaign to close 23 Mark I reactors.
Fact sheet on problems with GE reactors, especially Mark I’s.

NIRS factsheet: Protective measures for North Americans and Basic information: Questions and Answers on Radiation

About NIRS

 2008 marked the 30th anniversary of Nuclear Information and Resource Service (NIRS). We were founded to be the national information and networking center for citizens and environmental activists concerned about nuclear power, radioactive waste, radiation and sustainable energy issues.

We still fulfill that core function, but have expanded both programatically and geographically. We initiate large-scale organizing and public education campaigns on specific issues, such as preventing construction of new reactors, radioactive waste transportation, deregulation of radioactive materials, and more. Our international programs and affiliation with WISE (World Information Service on Energy) means that our network spans more than a dozen offices and programs across the globe

NIRS relies on activism and contributions from citizens across the world to support our efforts for a nuclear-free planet and a sustainable energy future.

We hope you’ll help. Please join our e-mail Alert list and we’ll keep you informed about ways you can make a difference in our energy and climate future.

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