Opposition to Highly Radioactive Liquid Shipments Continues

February 3 2017 – Washington D.C. 
In spite of a disappointing ruling by a US Judge on Thursday afternoon, February 2, public opposition remains to an unprecedented plan to ship 23,000 litres (6000 gallons) of intensely radioactive liquid from Chalk River, Ontario, to the Savannah River Site in South Carolina – a distance of over 2000

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Comments on Nestle Due Mar 2: Here’s what to do…

Time is almost up to make comments on Nestle’s proposed withdrawal increase at their production facility in Evart, Osceola County, Michigan! 
This increase is unprecedented and unnecessary. CACC opposes the approval of this permit by MDEQ.
Here are some talking points, as compiled by Michigan Citizens for Water Conservation. Copy and paste into your letter if you want.

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Climate Change and Ice Storms

The GLB is experiencing an especially icy winter. Preliminary study indicates a warming climate could lead to a higher frequency of ice storms. Here’s how…
Ice storms (“glaze events”, or in some parts of the US a “silver thaw”) are historically normal. There is nothing particularly climate-changey about an ice storm in and of itself. The

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