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DOE MUST KEEP ITS WORD

On August 11, 2017, the Los Angeles Times revealed that, without significant reform, the Department of Energy (DOE) will miss its 2035 deadline for getting all its spent…

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Next Up: Grid Neutrality

While “net neutrality” has been in the public mind for years, the fight for “grid neutrality” has just begun. Across America, and potentially in Idaho, home and business…

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Radioactive Waste

  (Gary Richardson is a former Executive Director with the Snake River Alliance, this letter to the editor appeared in the July 6th Edition of the Idaho Statesman)…

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Accountability Audit- 2017 Accountability Report from the Alliance for Nuclear Accountablity

For its 29th Annual DC Days in May 2017, the Alliance for Nuclear Accountability, which the Snake River Alliance is a part of, published a report entitled Accountability…

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Alliance Hires Environmental Powerhouse

Wendy Wilson is Snake River Alliance’s New Executive Director  Veteran Environmental Leader Cites Clean Energy & Nuclear Safety as Priorities The Board of Directors of the Snake River…

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Demand for Solar Power Grows as Idaho Power’s 1,000th ‘Net Metering’ Customer Goes Live With Clean Energy

BOISE – (Aug. 9, 2016) – Solarize the Valley, the campaign led by the Snake River Alliance to install rooftop solar power across the Treasure Valley, reached another…

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Who Will Protect Idaho?

“Houston, we have a problem.” Although engineers and other workers at the Idaho National Laboratory in eastern Idaho have probably always tried to handle nuclear material safely, it…

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Idaho: Ready to give ‘consent’ to allow more commercial nuclear waste?

Board member Brent Marchbanks  in his guest opinion featured in the Idaho Statesmen reminds Idahoans on why it is so important that we tell the Department of Energy NO! to…

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The Human Cost of Nuclear Weapons

People around the world oppose nuclear weapons. This image is from Pretoria.

The McClatchy newspaper group has just released a disturbing series about the long-term harm to workers’ health from the nuclear endeavor across the country, including at the Idaho…

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How the Spent Nuclear Fuel Deal Fell Apart

Nuclear program director, Beatrice Brailsford, opines on recent [good] news in the Post Register that the first shipment of commercial spent nuclear fuel is not coming to Idaho.

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