Monthly Archives: September 2012

NRDC Reverses position on Diablo seismic surveys

In a sharp break from its position one month ago of mitigated approval for PG&E’s seismic testing plans off the Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant, the Natural Resources Defense Council has changed course, with a mitigated mitigation recommendation. NRDC senior … Continue reading

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Mitt Apologizes

Colbert at his funniest: By Abby Zimet “You may be tired of all things Mittens by now, but check out his appeal for forgiveness from “the 150 million starving, filthy beggars,” “hordes of uneducated, loathsome scum,” and “dirt-caked garbage pickers and toothless … Continue reading

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How to decommission a nuclear power plant

The Yankee Rowe nuclear plant site, before and after decommissioning. When it comes to shutting down a nuclear power plant, many people react that it’s impossible, that such a radical idea could never be seriously considered.  It’s odd that fear … Continue reading

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Packard Foundation funds group backing GMO-fed salmon

There’s Something Fishy About Failures to Label GMO Food by Dan Bacher The David and Lucile Packard Foundation, a big funder of the Public Policy Institute (PPIC) studies to build the peripheral tunnels and Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Marine Life Protection Act … Continue reading

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San Luis Obispo ‘Mothers for Peace’ supports seismic testing – “with conditions”

The iconic poster for the original “Another Mother for Peace” org. By David Gurney The San Luis Obispo Mothers for Peace (SLOMP) delivered an ambiguous press release on PG&E Diablo Canyon seismic testing on Saturday – ambivalent to the point … Continue reading

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RIP San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station, 1968 – 2012

Photo of San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station courtesy NRC.gov By: Gregg Levine Monday September 17, 2012 @ myFireDogLake.com San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station, the twin-reactor power plant that spread its isotopic glow across coastal communities from Los Angeles to San Diego, was … Continue reading

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Commission to discuss whale-killing Diablo Canyon seismic testing

By Dan Bacher Responding to outrage and protests by fishermen and environmentalists, the California Fish and Game Commission has scheduled a special meeting in Sacramento on September 24 to address the growing controversy surrounding Pacific Gas and Electric Company’s plans … Continue reading

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Where Was Gavin Newsom?

    Many are wondering, where was Gavin Newsom, in perhaps the most important moment of his ambitious political career? At a time when he was faced with one of the most important decisions he will ever face in his term as … Continue reading

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Noyo News on Sea Shepherd website

Noyo News is quoted extensively in this article on Diablo Canyon seismic testing, that appears on the Sea Shepherd website:   To read the complete article, go HERE.   * * *

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