Anti-nuclear movement in the United States
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For many years the anti-nuclear movement in the United States succeeded in delaying or halting commitments to build some new nuclear plants. Anti-nuclear campaigns that captured national public attention in the 1970s involved the Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Power Plant, Seabrook Station Nuclear Power Plant, Diablo Canyon Power Plant, Shoreham Nuclear Power Plant, and Three Mile Island. More recent targeted campaigning has related to the Indian Point Energy Center, Oyster Creek Nuclear Generating Station, Pilgrim Nuclear Generating Station, Salem Nuclear Power Plant, Vermont Yankee Nuclear Power Plant, Idaho National Laboratory, proposed Yucca Mountain waste repository, the Hanford Site, the Nevada Test Site, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, and transportation of nuclear waste from the Los Alamos National Laboratory. Many different groups have been involved in various protests and demonstrations over the years.
More than forty anti-nuclear groups are operating, or have operated, in the United States. These include: Abalone Alliance, Clamshell Alliance, Greenpeace USA, Institute for Energy and Environmental Research, Musicians United for Safe Energy, Natural Resources Defense Council, Nevada Desert Experience, Nuclear Control Institute, Nuclear Information and Resource Service, Public Citizen Energy Program, Shad Alliance, and the Sierra Club.
Many well-known scientists and engineers have expressed reservations about nuclear power. These people include: Barry Commoner, S. David Freeman, John Gofman, Amory Lovins, Arjun Makhijani, Gregory Minor and Joseph Romm.
Origins of the movement
The growth of the nuclear industry in the U.S. occurred as the environmental movement was being formed. Environmentalists saw the advantages of nuclear power in reducing air pollution, but were quite critical of nuclear technology on other grounds. The view that nuclear power was better for the environment than conventional fuels was undermined in the late 1960s when major controversy erupted over the effects of waste heat from nuclear plants on water quality. The nuclear industry gradually and reluctantly took action to reduce thermal pollution by building cooling towers or ponds for plants on inland waterways.
An even more bitter debate emerged over the effect of radiation emissions from nuclear plants. Several scientists challenged the prevailing view that the small amounts of radiation released by nuclear power plants during normal operation were not a problem. They argued that the routine releases were a severe threat to public health and could cause tens of thousands of deaths from cancer each year. This exchange of views about radiation risks caused further uneasiness about nuclear power, especially among those unable to evaluate the conflicting claims.
Another issue was reactor safety. The large size of nuclear plants ordered during the late 1960s raised new safety questions and created fears of a severe reactor accident that would send large quantities of radiation into the environment. In the early 1970s a contentious controversy over the performance of emergency core cooling systems in nuclear power plants, designed to prevent a core meltdown that could lead to the "China syndrome", was discussed in the popular media and in technical journals.
These issues, together with a series of other environmental, technical, and public health questions, made nuclear power the source of acute controversy. Public support, which was strong in the early 1960s, had been shaken. Forbes magazine, in the September 1975 issue, reported that "the anti-nuclear coalition has been remarkably successful ... [and] has certainly slowed the expansion of nuclear power." By the mid-1970s anti-nuclear activism had moved beyond local protests and politics to gain a wider appeal and influence. Although it lacked a single co-ordinating organization, and did not have uniform goals, it emerged as a movement sharply focused on opposing nuclear power, and the movement's efforts gained a great deal of national attention.
Anti-nuclear campaigns that captured national public attention in the 1970s involved the Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Power Plant, Seabrook Station Nuclear Power Plant, Diablo Canyon Power Plant, Shoreham Nuclear Power Plant, and Three Mile Island. Specific protests have included:
- May 2, 1977: 1,414 protesters were arrested at the Seabrook nuclear power plant in New Hampshire.
- June 1978: some 12,000 people attended a protest at Seabrook.
- August 1978: almost 500 people were arrested for protesting at the Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant in California.
- May 1979: an estimated 70,000 people, including the governor of California, attended a march and rally against nuclear power in Washington, D.C.
- June 2, 1979: about 500 people were arrested for protesting construction of the Black Fox Nuclear Power Plant in Oklahoma.
- June 3, 1979: some 15,000 people attended a rally at the Shoreham nuclear power plant on Long Island, N.Y. and about 600 were arrested.
- June 30, 1979: about 38,000 people attended a protest rally at Diablo Canyon.
- September 23, 1979: some 167 protesters were arrested at Vermont Yankee Nuclear Power Plant.
- June 22, 1980: about 15,000 people attended a protest near the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station in California.
- September 1981: more than 900 protesters were arrested at Diablo Canyon.
- May 1984: about 130 demonstrators showed up for start-up day at Diablo Canyon, and five were arrested.
- June 5, 1989: hundreds of demonstrators at Seabrook Station nuclear power plant protested against the plant's first low-power testing, and the police arrested 627 people for trespassing.
- ↑ Nuclear Politics
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 Social Protest and Policy Change: Ecology, Antinuclear, and Peace Movements p. 44.
- ↑ Lights Out at Shoreham: Anti-nuclear activism spurs the closing of a new $6 billion plant
- ↑ Oyster Creek's time is up, residents tell board
- ↑ Pilgrim Watch
- ↑ UNPLUG Salem
- ↑ Vermont Yankee License Renewal
- ↑ 8.0 8.1 8.2 Eleven arrested in latest protest over Vermont Yankee
- ↑ Keep Yellowstone Nuclear Free
- ↑ Four Score Organizations Express Opposition to Yucca Mountain Nuclear Waste Dump
- ↑ Deadly Nuclear Waste Transport
- ↑ Hanford History
- ↑ 22 Arrested in Nuclear Protest
- ↑ Hundreds Protest at Livermore Lab
- ↑ More than 80 people arrested at annual protest at Livermore lab
- ↑ About CCNS
- ↑ 17.0 17.1 Walker, J. Samuel (2004). Three Mile Island: A Nuclear Crisis in Historical Perspective (Berkeley: University of Califonia Press), p. 10.
- ↑ Wikipedia distorts nuclear history
- ↑ Nuke Fight Nears Decisive Moment
- ↑ Arrests Exceed 900 In Coast Nuclear Protest
- ↑ Testing and Protesting
- ↑ Hundreds Arrested Over Seabrook Test
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Anti-nuclear groups and organizations in the USA
Some past events
- Tri-Valley CAREs Meeting at Public Library, Community Room A, 1188 South Livermore Ave., in Livermore: 19/01/2017 at 7.30 PM
- Tri-Valley CAREs Meeting at Public Library, Community Room A, 1188 South Livermore Ave., in Livermore: 17/11/2016 at 7.30 PM
- Letter to the Editor Writing Party at Tri-Valley CAREs Office, 2582 Old First St., in Livermore: 03/11/2016 at 5.30 PM
- Tri-Valley CAREs Meeting at Public Library, Community Room A, 1188 South Livermore Ave., in Livermore: 13/10/2016 at 7.30 PM
- Letter to the Editor Writing Party at Tri-Valley CAREs Office, 2582 Old First St., in Livermore: 06/10/2016 at 5.30 PM
- Peace Vigil at Livermore Lab, LLNL East Gate, Greenville Rd., in Livermore: 26/09/2016 at 7.30 PM
- book premier & author event with Dan Zak at BOOKS INC. OF BERKELEY, 1491 Shattuck Ave., in Berkeley, Ca: 25/09/2016 at 2 PM
- Tri-Valley CAREs meets at Livermore Public Library 1188 South Livermore Ave. Community Room A: 18/08/2016 at 7.30 AM
- Nuclear Weapons: Can they be Abolished? Dr. Helen Caldicott speaks at public Library, Main Branch, 100 Larkin St., in San Francisco: 13/08/2016 at 2 PM
- Disarm Now! Nagasaki Day Action at Livermore Lab Gates in Livermore: 09/08/2016 at 8 AM
- Peace Camp at Eagles View group camp at Del Valle Regional Park and Reservoir (Livermore): 08/08/2016 at 2.30 PM
- Sacramento August Peace Event: Challenging the Nuclear Giants to Disarm at Social hall, St John's Lutheran Church, 1701 L St, in Sacramento: 07/08/2016 at 3 PM
- Letter to the Editor Writing Party at Tri-Valley CAREs Office, 2582 Old First St., in Livermore: 04/08/2016 at 5.30 AM
- Tri-Valley CAREs meets at Livermore Public Library, 1188 South Livermore Ave., Community Room A, in Livermore: 21/07/2016 at 7.30 AM
- Health Physics Society 61st Annual HPS Meeting in Spokane, Washington: 17/07/2016 - 21/07/2016
- NSREC 2016 - 2016 IEEE Nuclear & Space Radiation Effects Conference in Portland, OR: 11/07/2016 - 15/07/2016
- Health Physics Society 62nd Annual HPS Meeting in Raleigh, North Carolina: 09/07/2017 - 13/07/2017
- Letter to the Editor Writing Party at Tri-Valley CAREs Office, 2582 Old First St., in Livermore: 07/07/2016 at 5.30 AM
- Tri-Valley CAREs Meeting at Livermore Public Library, Community Room A, 1188 South Livermore Ave., in Livermore: 16/06/2016 at 7.30 PM
- Letter to the Editor Writing Party at Tri-Valley CAREs Office, 2582 Old First St., in Livermore: 02/06/2016 at 5.30 PM
- Gilbert W. Beebe Symposium "30 Years after the Chernobyl Accident" in Washington DC: 23/05/2016 - 24/05/2016
- 48th Annual National Conference on Radiation Control in Lexington, Kentucky: 16/05/2016 - 19/05/2016
- Tri-Valley CAREs Meeting at Livermore Public Library, Community Room A, 1188 South Livermore Ave., in Livermore: 19/05/2016 at 7.30 PM
- Peace Vigil at LLNL East Gate, Greenville Rd., in Livermore: 19/05/2016 at 7 AM
- Letter to the Editor Writing Party at Tri-Valley CAREs Office, 2582 Old First St., in Livermore: 05/05/2016 at 5.30 PM
- Tri-Valley CAREs Meeting at Livermore Public Library, 1188 South Livermore Ave., Community Room A, in Livermore: 19/11/2015
- Letter to the Editor Writing Party at Tri-Valley CAREs Office, 2582 Old First St., in Livermore: 05/11/2015 at 5.30 PM
- Tri-Valley CAREs Meeting at Livermore Public Library, 1188 South Livermore Ave., Community Room A, in Livermore: 31/10/2015
- 61st Annual Radiobioassay and Radiochemical Measurements Conference at University of Iowa, in Iowa City, IA: 25/10/2015 - 30/10/2015
- Town Meeting: Nuclear Tests, Polluted Water & Tracy’s Future at Tracy Transit Center, 50 E 6th St., Rm. 103, in Livermore: 22/10/2015 at 7 PM
- Creative Non-violence: Peacemaking in the 21st Century at St. Elizabeth’s High School, 1530 34th Avenue, in Oakland, CA: 17/10/2015 at 8.45 AM
- Tri-Valley CAREs Meeting at Livermore Public Library, 1188 South Livermore Ave., Community Room A, in Livermore: 15/10/2015 at 7.30 PM
- Peace Vigil at Livemore Lab Gates, at the East Gate on Greenville Rd., in Livermore: 08/10/2015 at 3.30 PM
- Letter to the Editor Writing Party at Tri-Valley CAREs Office, 2582 Old First St., in Livermore: 01/10/2015 at 5.30 PM
- Radiation Research Society Annual Meeting in Weston: 19/09/2015 - 22/09/2015
- Tri-Valley CAREs Meeting at Livermore Public Library, 1188 South Livermore Ave., Community Room A, in Livermore: 17/09/2015 at 7.30 PM
- Letter to the Editor Writing Party at Tri-Valley CAREs Office, 2582 Old First St., in Livermore: 03/09/2015 at 5.30 PM
- Peace Vigil at Livemore Lab Gates, at the East Gate on Greenville Rd., in Livermore: 03/09/2015 at 3.30 PM
- 2015 Mo-99 Topical Meeting at Hilton Boston Back Bay, in Boston, Massachusetts: 31/08/2015 - 03/09/2015
- Hiroshima-Nagasaki International Fast at Livermore Lab, East Gate, Greenville Road, in Livermore: 06/08/2015 - 09/08/2015
- Peace Walk from Walnut Creek (Mt. Diablo Unitarian Universalist Church, 55 Eckley Lane, WC) to Livermore: 04/08/2015 - 06/08/2015
- Hiroshima Commemoration and Action at Livermore Lab in Livermore: 06/08/2015 at 8 AM
- Nuclear Energy Institute: "Radiation Protection Forum" in Orlando, FL: 03/08/2015 - 05/08/2015
- August Action Peace Camp at Lake del Valle in Livermore: 05/08/2015 at 2 PM
- NSREC 2015 - 2015 IEEE Nuclear & Space Radiation Effects Conference in Boston, MA: 13/07/2015 - 17/07/2015
- Peace Vigil at LLNL at Livermore Lab West Gate, Vasco Road, in Livermore: 17/07/2015 at 3.30 PM
- Tri-Valley CAREs Meeting at Livermore Public Library 1188 South Livermore Ave., Community Room A, in Livermore: 16/07/2015 at 7.30 PM
- Health Physics Society 60th Annual Meeting in Indianapolis, Indiana: 12/07/2015 - 16/07/2015
- Letter to the Editor Writing Party at Tri-Valley CAREs Office, 2582 Old First St., in Livermore: 02/07/2015 at 5.30 PM
- Tri-Valley CAREs Speaks to the Sacramento Chapter of the United Nations Association at SMUD, 6301 S St., in Sacramento: 22/06/2015 at 7 PM
- Tri-Valley CAREs Meeting at Livermore Public Library 1188 South Livermore Ave., Community Room A, in Livermore: 18/06/2015 at 5 PM
- Livermore Rodeo Parade at First St. in Livermore: 13/06/2015 at 9 AM
- Peace Vigil at LLNL at Livermore Lab East Gate, Greenville Road, in Livermore: 12/06/2015 at 7 AM
- Letter to the Editor Writing Party at Tri-Valley CAREs Office, 2582 Old First St., in Livermore: 04/06/2015 at 5.30 PM
- Public Hearing: Toxic Waste Permit at Arroyo Seco School, 5280 Irene Way, in Livermore: 03/06/2015 at 6.30 PM
- Peace Festival at Dag Hammarskjold Plaza in New York City: 26/04/2015 at 3 PM
- Peace & Planet march beginning at Union Square North in New York City: 26/04/2015 at 2 PM
- Peace & Planet rally at Union Square North in New York City: 26/04/2015 at 1 PM
- Interfaith Convocation for Nuclear Weapons Abolition at Church Center at the United Nations, 777 First Avenue, in New York City: 26/04/2015 at 11 AM
- Moving Towards A Nuclear Free Future 2015 - from the Nuclear Facility Oakridge, TN to the UN building New York, NY: 30/03/2015 - 25/04/2015
- International Peace & Planet Conference a Nuclear-Free, Peaceful, Just, and Sustainable World in New York City: 24/04/2015 - 25/04/2015
- Earth Day Celebration & Parade - meet at the Multicultural Center, 156 N. 100 W., in Moab: 25/04/2015 at 11 AM
- Community Dinner and Forum: "Water is Life - Earth Day! Every Day! Protect Our Rivers, Watershed, Health & Environment!" at the MARC Moab Arts & Recreation Center, 111 E 100 N, in Moab, UT: 24/04/2015 at 6 PM
- Hiroshima action at Livermore Lab planning meeting in Oakland: 07/04/2015 at 6.30 PM
- Good Friday Action outside Nuclear Weapons Laboratory, corner of Vasco and Patterson Pass Roads, in Livermore: 03/04/2015 at 7 AM
- Peace Vigil focussing on plutonium experiments at Livermore Lab, East Gate, Greenville Road, in Livermore: 20/03/2015 at 7 AM
- Annual NCRP Meeting: Changing Regulations and Radiation Guidance: What Does the Future Hold? in Bethesda, MD: 16/03/2015 - 17/03/2015
- Symposium "The Dynamics of Possible Nuclear Extinction" at Academy of Medicine in New York: 28/02/2015 - 01/03/2015
- Health Physics Society 48th Midyear Topical Meeting in Norfolk/Virginia Beach, VA: 01/02/2015 - 04/02/2015
- National Summit for a Nuclear Free Future at National 4-H Youth Conference Center, 7100 Connecticut Ave., in MD 20815, Chevy Chase: 14/11/2014 - 17/11/2014
- Nuclear Waste Day in Washington, DC: 14/11/2014
- Radiobioassay & Radiochemical Measurements Conference in Knoxville, TN: 27/10/2014 - 31/10/2014
- Nuclear Science Week nationwide: 20/10/2014 - 24/10/2014
- 2014 International Radon Symposium in Charleston, South Carolina: 28/09/2014 - 01/10/2014
- 2014 conference of American Nuclear Society's Radiation Protection & Shielding Division in Knoxville, TN: 14/09/2014 - 18/09/2014
- Update and Community Meeting "We All Live Downstream! Uniting to Stop the Green River Nuclear Power Plant and Protect the Green and Colorado Rivers!" at Arts and Recreation Center, 111 East 100 North, in Moab, Utah: 18/08/2014 at 7 PM
- Professional Development School "Radiation Instruments — New Technology and Developments" in Baltimore, Maryland: 10/07/2014 - 11/07/2014
- exhibition "Silent But Deadly: Chernobyl-Fukushima-San Onofre" at BC Space Gallery, 235 Forest Ave, in Laguna Beach: 25/02/2014 - 26/04/2014
- screening and talking on the film "High Power", a documentary on anti-nukes movement in India at Lydia's Sunflower Center, 1435 North McDowell Blvd., Suite 100, in Petaluma: 16/03/2014 at 7 PM
- reading and lecture: Cecile Pineda - "How I learned the Fukushima Step by Step" at the Breakfast Forum hosted by the First Unitarian Universalist Society, 1187 Franklin Street, in San Francisco: 16/03/2014 at 9.30 AM
- Fukushima rally and march at Union Square, Broadway and 14th St. in New York: 15/03/2014 at 1 PM
- special vigil to remember the 3rd anniversary of Fukushima nuclear accident at the Japanese Consulate, 600 Atlantic Ave, in Boston: 13/03/2014 at 8.15 AM
- Nuclear Information and Resource Service and the Crabshell Alliance (Maryland) will deliver a letter from multiple organizations to the Japanese Embassy in Washington DC: 11/03/2014
- screening of new trailer for "Shutdown: The California - Fukushima Connection" at Laguna Beach Art Gallery in Laguna Beach: 11/03/2014 at 8.30 PM
- screening of "3.11 Surviving Japan" at Laemmle's Royal Theatre, 11523 Santa Monica Blvd, in West Los Angeles: 11/03/2014 at 7.30 PM
- screening of "3.11 Surviving Japan" at AMC Van Ness 14, 1000 Van Ness Ave., in San Francisco: 11/03/2014 at 7.30 PM
- film screening "Metamorphosis" at BC Space Gallery, 235 Forest Ave, in Laguna Beach: 11/03/2014 at 7 PM
- Fukushima demo and press conference at Consulate General of Japan, 299 Park Ave. #19 (at 49th St.), in New York: 11/03/2014 at 3.30 PM
- assembly with short speeches, reading and delivery of letter to Consul, then march to Union Square for rally and more speakers at Japan Consulate, 50 Fremont St., in San Francisco: 11/03/2014 at 3 PM
- "After the meeting" report in Los Angeles: 11/03/2014 at 3 PM
- "Offering" to Japan's gov't in Los Angeles: 11/03/2014 at 2 PM
- Ikebana Flower Arranging Ceremony for Fukushima at Lydia's Sunflower Center, 1435 North McDowell Blvd., Suite 100, in Petaluma: 11/03/2014 at 2 PM
- delivery of Fukushima letter to Japanese Consul General Kazuo Sunaga during press conference at Japanese Consulate, 3438 Peachtree Rd NE, in Atlanta: 11/03/2014 at 1.15 PM
- memorial action for 3.11 Fukushima tragedy outside Japan Consulate Office, 350 South Grand Ave., in Los Angeles: 11/03/2014 at 1 PM
- Fukushima letter reading at Japanese Consulate, 1300 SW Fifth Ave., in Portland: 11/03/2014 at 1 PM
- Fukushima vigil at Japanese Consulate, 3438 Peachtree Rd NE, in Atlanta: 11/03/2014 at 12 PM
- silent meditation and prayer, remembering Japan's victims of the Fukushima nuclear disaster in Civic Center Park in Berkeley: 11/03/2014 at 12 PM
- Fukushima assemble at Japanese Consulate, 1300 SW Fifth Ave., in Portland: 11/03/2014 at 12 PM
- Fukushima Response Seattle gathering at 6th and Union in Seattle: 11/03/2014 at 11.30 AM
- Japan's State Secrets Law - Journalism Silenced! Protest at the Japanese Consulate, 737 N. Michigan Avenue, in Chicago: 11/03/2014 at 11 AM
- press conference, rally and delivery of a letter to the Japanese Consulate at the back river-side entrance of the Renaissance Center in Detroit: 11/03/2014 at 10.45 AM
- Fukushima event in Hayward: 11/03/2014 at 9 AM
- presentation: "Hiroshima to Fukushima: What You Need To Know About Ionizing Radiation, Women, Indigenous Peoples and You!" at Friends’ Meeting House, 931 N 5th Ave, in Tucson: 09/03/2014 at 3 PM
- Fukushima event in Phoenix: 09/03/2014
- Fukushima candle light vigil & procession at County Courthouse Lawn', San Francisco St. & Birch St., in Flagstaff: 07/03/2014 at 6 PM
- Waste Management (WM) 2014 Conference in Phoenix: 03/03/2014 at 10 AM
- International Uranium Film Festival at Pavilion Theater Brooklyn in New York: 14/02/2014 - 18/02/2014
- International Uranium Film Festival in Washington DC: 10/02/2014 - 12/02/2014
- Celebration of 30 years of accomplishment of Communities Against a Radioactive Environment and will debut a short documentary film about Tri-Valley CAREs at Livermore Public Library, Community Rooms A&B, 1188 S. Livermore Ave., in Livermore: 10/12/2013 at 5.30 PM
- International Uranium Film Festival in Albuquerque, NM: 27/11/2013 - 28/11/2013
- Extreme Extractive Energy Summit at Koinonia Retreat Center in South Haven, Minnesota: 06/09/2013 - 10/09/2013
- clean energy rally at Salt Palace in Salt Lake City: 10/01/2013 at 12.30 PM
- No Green River Nuke Protest Demonstration in Green River, Utah: 19/05/2012 at 6 PM
- No Green River Nuke Event in Moab, Utah: 18/05/2012 at 7 PM
- Uranium Confab at the MARC in Moab: 13/05/2012 - 16/05/2012
- CONELRAD - All Things Atomic - documentation of Cold War and atomic propaganda
- List of nuclear reactors in the USA
- Cancelled Nuclear Units Ordered in the United States
- Nuclear Reactor Shutdown List
- Public support for new nuclear power plants low, according to UN-backed poll
- A Question of Power documentary film
- Over 50 National and 700 State/local Environmental & Public Interest Organizations Opposed to the Yucca Mountain Nuclear Waste Dump
- The anti-nuke activist with a very loud voice
- Filming the anti-nuke movement
- For Anti-Nuke Crowd, One Choice
- Anti-nuclear renaissance: a powerful but partial and tentative victory over atomic energy
- Vermont Yankee nuke plant's critics still at it, 34 years later
- Entergy Vermont Yankee Anti-Nuclear Protest in VT (YouTube)
- Anti-nuke groups: Government plan costly
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