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Don’t Waste Idaho

The new baseball caps at the Snake River Alliance say “Nuclear Waste is Not Your Friend.” But here it comes again — knocking at your door like a…

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Remembering Hiroshima and Nagasaki

August 2017 marks the 72nd anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. This is a good time to take stock of where we are in the nuclear…

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Idaho National Lab Tour- August 31, 2017

Tour the Idaho National Lab – Your radioactive backyard   On Thursday, August 31, 2017, Snake River Alliance members and supporters can visit the Idaho National Laboratory. Our…

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D.C. Days Update and Action Alert

Help stop bad nuclear policies Members of the Snake River Alliance went to Washington DC this spring to help stop unsafe plans to “consolidate” nuclear waste from commercial…

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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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Idahoans Can Access the Electric Grid and Invest in Green Energy

The Snake River Alliance participated in Idaho Power Company’s stakeholder meeting on June 16th in Boise where access to the electric grid for people who generate electricity for…

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Support Needed on Nuclear Emergency Planning Zones

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) is accepting public comments now until the 27th of June on a proposed rule to reduce and eliminate Emergency Planning Zones around some…

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How to Close a Coal Plant

The Idaho Public Utilities Commission may soon approve a settlement agreement committing Idaho Power to pursue full closure of the North Valmy coal plant in Nevada by 2025….

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Idaho Power Community Solar Benefits

If you are “pro-solar” in the Treasure Valley but can’t install solar at your home or business through the Solarize the Valley program, we encourage you to consider…

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