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Nuclear Cleanup Citizens Advisory Board sets Sun Valley meeting

The INL cleanup citizens advisory board will meet Thursday, October 27, in the Sun Valley Inn from 8 am to 4 pm. The board has a very full…

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INL – Come see it for yourself

On Thursday, November 3, the Snake River Alliance will be sponsoring a tour of the cleanup work at the Idaho National Laboratory. Come see – Ongoing exhumation of plutonium…

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INL Expands Research into Electric Vehicle Technologies

The Idaho National Laboratory may be best known today for its work on all things nuclear and for dealing with decades of deadly post-Cold War nuclear contamination under…

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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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Fall events you won’t want to miss!

Idaho's Climate Action Community

Connecting our members and the greater community is integral to the work of the Alliance. We have a few big events in the next couple of months where…

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Spent fuel FAQs we wish had been asked and answered

Spent fuel cask at North Anna in Virginia

There have been a number of editorials and guest opinions in Idaho newspapers since the start of the year regarding the Department of Energy’s desire to ship two…

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Tour the Idaho National Lab – Your radioactive backyard

INL tour with the Snake River Alliance

On Thursday, October 22, 2015, Snake River Alliance members and supporters can visit the Idaho National Laboratory, which covers 890 square miles of eastern Idaho’s high desert plain….

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Nuclear Navy’s Final Port of Call

Starting in 1957, every scrap of spent fuel from the nuclear Navy has come to Idaho. The nuclear Navy plans to continue to send its spent fuel to…

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INL Among 5 Projects to Explore “Enhanced Geothermal” Research by DOE

The Idaho National Laboratory made the first cut in what’s being called the “Frontier Observatory for Research in Geothermal Energy (FORGE).” A total of $2 million is set…

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We Said No. We Meant No. Let’s Say It Again.

Say It to the Department of Energy In January the Governor and Attorney General indicated their willingness to open Idaho to shipments of commercial spent nuclear fuel despite…

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