CBG and other groups lodged their comments with the California State Lands Commission:
At the core of environmental review are two key requirements: a thorough analysis of the full
range of potential environmental impacts from the proposed action, and a hard look at
alternatives. Furthermore, there is one critical failing that Environmental Impact Reports (EIRs) must avoid: the artificial segmentation of actions and their environmental consequences.
Read the full letter here.…
Read the surfer.com report:
If you surf along the coast of Southern California, you’re likely aware that Southern California Edison is working to transport large amounts of spent nuclear fuel from the now-offline San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS) into onsite dry-cask storage.
Click here to read the report by the SF Weekly:
Not far from the radioactive soil of Hunters Point, city environmental engineer Amy Brownell sits stoically in a room full of people who want her fired.
Someone tells her she should protect herself from criminal prosecution and become a whistleblower against the San Francisco Department of Public Health. But in a large meeting space down the stairs of the Southeast Community Facility on an afternoon in August, she’s here to do the exact opposite: Assure everyone that their health is not in danger by living adjacent to the Hunters