Saugeen Ojibway Nation Has Saved Lake Huron From A Nuclear Waste Dump

By Joyce  Nelson, -

A major victory for Canada’s First Nations has just been won in Ontario. On January 31, the Saugeen Ojibway Nation (SON) overwhelmingly voted down the proposed deep geological repository (DGR) [...]

Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif Speaks To US Peace Delegation

Audio from Chris Weaver and transcript by Sean Reynolds and Yayoi Wakabayashi, Popular Resistance. -

Tehran, Iran -  A group of twenty eight US citizens traveled to Iran for a peace delegation from February 23 to March 3 to speak with Iranians and learn about the impacts of US sanctions and [...]

United States Peace Delegation Heads To Iran

By CODEPINK, Popular Resistance. -

A CODEPINK delegation of 30 United States citizens will be traveling in Iran from February 25 to March 6 to express their deep concern to the Iranian people about the effect of the Trump [...]

Utility Survey: Trump Will Not Stop the Clean Energy Transition

By Gavin Bade, -

By Gavin Bade for Utility Dive. Today, President Trump is poised to release a long-anticipated executive order to roll back the Clean Power Plan, the Obama administration’s signature climate [...]

Toshiba: A Big Business Failure In The Nuclear Industry

By Staff, -

By Staff of The Japan Times - Toshiba Corp. will cease taking orders related to the building of nuclear power stations, sources said Saturday, in a move that would effectively mark its withdrawal [...]

On World Day Of Peace, Recognizing Those Who Work For Nuclear Disarmament

By Gail DeGeorge, -

By Gail DeGeorge for Global Sisters Report - In observance of the World Day of Peace January 1, we at Global Sisters Report join in prayer for peace in all regions, for all victims of war and for [...]

Protest And Survive: Reclaiming William Morris From Britain’s Nuclear Fleet

By David Mabb, -

By David Mabb for Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists - The HMS Courageous is a 285-foot, nuclear-powered submarine that saw service in the British Royal Navy for about two decades starting in the [...]

Peace Boat Sails Into A New Era Of Nuclear Activism

By Dawn Stove, -

By Dawn Stover for Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists - Dwarfed by the ships from the US Navy, the Royal Canadian Navy, and the US Coast Guard that visited Portland, Oregon, for Fleet Week last [...]

10 Lessons Of The Iran Deal

By David Swanson, -

By David Swanson in World Beyond War - By the latest count, the nuclear agreement with Iran has enough support in the U.S. Senate to survive. This, even more than stopping the missile strikes on [...]

Worldwide Protests Support Iran Nuclear Deal

By Pressimus, -

By Pressimus - In more than 100 cities across the globe people rallied in support of the Iran nuclear deal, calling on the United States to give peace a chance. The #SupportIranDeal mobilization [...]

There Is No Nuclear Energy Renaissance

By World Nuclear Industry Status Report, -

By World Nuclear Industry Status Report - Japan without nuclear power for a full calendar year for the first time since the first commercial nuclear power plant started up in the country 50 years [...]

Historic Iran Nuke Deal Resets Eurasia’s ‘Great Game’: Escobar

By Pepe Escobar, -

By Pepe Escobar in Asian Times - This is it. It is indeed historic. And diplomacy eventually wins. In terms of the New Great Game in Eurasia, and the ongoing tectonic shifts reorganizing Eurasia, [...]

Iran Deal Signed, Will US Bring Missile Defense Home?

By Bruce K. Gagnon, -

By Bruce K. Gagnon in Organizing Notes - Iran has reached an agreement to significantly limit its nuclear ability for more than a decade in return for lifting international oil and financial [...]

Tell Congress To Support The Nuclear Deal With Iran

By Action Network, -

By Action Network - This is the final showdown to stop Congressional hawks from starting a war with Iran. The United States, Iran and five other world powers announced a historic deal to [...]

Former Commander Of Nuclear Forces Urges Activists ‘Don’t Give Up’

By Robert Kazel, -

By Robert Kazel in Waging Peace - When Lee Butler looks back at his anti-nuclear efforts of the mid- to late-’90s, he views himself as a “reluctant activist.” The former commander in chief of [...]

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