CBG’s Hirsch calls it “Hang ‘em now. We’ll give ‘em a fair trial later.”
CBS 2 ran a story regarding the San Onofre nuclear reactor, with an interview of Dan Hirsch. You may read the story here, and watch the video below.
A lecture presented by CBG’s Dan Hirsch on the ethical and policy implications of nuclear power. (Click the title of the post to watch the video.)
click the post title to view a lecture given by CBG’s Dan Hirsch on the nuclear tragedy in Japan.
Hirsch talked about the SONGs safety record, and the dangers presented by the continued operation of the San Onofre nuclear power plant.
The second of two City Council meetings Tuesday devoted to nuclear power and San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station in light of Japan’s Fukushima disaster brought out another 200 people and four experts over nearly six hours.
Click the post title to watch a video regarding the hard work of Simi Valley citizens fighting to cleanup a radioactive neighborhood.
(With video.) February, 2010: Teens Against Toxins, a group of high school students alarmed by the Boeing Company’s refusal to clean up the radioactive and toxic contamination at its Santa Susana Field Lab near where they live, recently held a bake-sale to raise money to be donated to the Boeing Company, which claims a state-ordered cleanup would be a financial burden. The bake sale featured Chocolate Meltdowns and other nuclear-themed treats. The purpose was to raise funds for Boeing, which is suing to avoid complying with a state-ordered cleanup of toxic waste resulting from a 1959 nuclear meltdown at the Santa Susana Field Lab above the San Fernando, Simi and Conejo Valleys. The Boeing Company, which made more than $68.0 billion in 2009, is claiming it would be a financial hardship to have to follow the California law on cleaning up the contamination. Boeing refused to accept the $99.31 raised by the teens, so they donated it to cancer research. Click here to see their YouTube video.