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Poll: 44 Percent of Idahoans Believe Climate is Changing & Call it a Crisis

Forty-four percent of Idahoans believe the climate is changing and that climate change is a “crisis,” according to a survey by pollster Dan Jones & Associates and commissioned…

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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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Nuclear Waste: The Past Is the Present…and the Future

By Beatrice Brailsford As many of you know, Idaho’s Governor and Attorney General are exploring a deal with the Department of Energy to allow two shipments of research…

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No Time to Surrender

By  Beatrice Brailsford Idahoans’ resistance to accumulating nuclear waste above the Snake River Aquifer began in earnest in the 1960s. Challenges came from individuals and political leaders, heads…

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Idaho Nuclear Waste Shipments in Limbo

BY LUKE RAMSETH (IDAHO FALLS) POST REGISTER December 22, 2014 IDAHO FALLS – The morning of Feb. 5, deep below the New Mexico desert, a salt-hauling truck caught…

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Idaho said “NO” in 1990 – and we still do.

Idaho Says No By Keith Schneider; Keith Schneider is a New York Times national correspondent based in Washington; his coverage of the nuclear weapons industry won a 1989…

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Submitted to the Environmental Protection Agency on 12-1-14: Snake River Alliance Comments on the Clean Power Plan Proposed Rule (EPA-HQ-OAR-2013-0602).

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Idaho PUC Approves Two Big Solar Contracts

The PUC approved energy sales agreements between Idaho Power and two solar farm developers, clearing the way for an eye-popping 120 megawatts to be installed in projects near…

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Idaho Learned Something From AEHI’s Indictment – The Alliance Was Right, And We Can’t Let This Happen Again

Kelsey Jae Nunez Executive Director I remember when I was a kid, the phrase “I told you so!” was so satisfying to say, but the person on the…

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