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SRA Launches 2017 Solarize Program

Snake River Alliance & Partners Solarize the Valley Public Workshops Announced BOISE, ID – May 8, 2017 – Solar energy in Idaho is growing by leaps and bounds….

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INL Reaches Major Cleanup Milestone

Cleanup workers at the Idaho National Laboratory have successfully removed the last wooden box of radioactive waste from the above-ground Transuranic Storage Area. Technicians signed their names to…

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Defending the 1995 Nuclear Waste Agreement

Although the nuclear navy is still allowed to bring waste to Idaho under the 1995 Nuclear Waste Agreement, shipments of commercial spent nuclear fuel are currently prohibited. This…

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U.S. Nuclear Power – Dim the Lights

A decade ago, nuclear proponents were claiming a renaissance for the US industry. Dozens of reactors were penciled out – if only on the backs of napkins – and…

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It Is Time to Act!

The clock that symbolizes the threat of global catastrophe from nuclear weapons and climate change has advanced 30 seconds. It’s now 2 ½ minutes to midnight on the…

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Nuclear Updates

The latest test of the Integrated Waste Treatment Unit (IWTU) has failed. The IWTU was to have solidified INL’s last 900,000 gallons of liquid high-level waste in 2012,…

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Nuclear Uncertainty

What effect will a Trump Administration have on this country’s nuclear power, waste, and weapons policies? “Prospects for a rational approach are not bright.” That’s the conclusion of…

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A New Way to Win

If you care about clean energy, the Snake River Alliance is for you. The Alliance advocates on all the issues you care about — including nuclear. We promote…

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Idaho Makes Progress on Solar

Idaho may have received a “D” on the website LetsGoSolar but the people of Idaho are investing in solar faster than ever. One year ago there were zero…

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Holding What Can’t be Held – Grassroots Action Night!

The Snake River Alliance helped artists from around the world learn about nuclear contamination at the Idaho National Laboratory, and their work can be seen in Holding What…

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