Here Are Some Important Direct Actions
- Lovearth Network Newsletter June / July 2001
Here Are Some Important Direct Actions You Should
Get Involved With
Information for all of them can be found at
Stop New Nuclear Power
Sign the following letter regarding nuclear power
and the Kyoto protocol.
George W. Bush recently released his climate
change plan for the U. S.
which includes, among other environmentally
"Promoting new construction of nuclear capacity
that could significantly
reduce future greenhouse gas emissions." The
threatening to expedite license extensions and
licenses for "advanced"
reactors at the expense of safety.
Stop The McLicensing For Nuclear Power Companies
At the urging of the nuclear power industry, the
Commission is proposing to go beyond its current
process and push the public entirely out of any
kind of meaningful
licensing hearings. For the first time in
regulatory history, all reactor
licensing proceedings including the initial
licensing for new reactors,
license extension for aging reactors and license
amendments to reactor
safety procedures could be conducted under
expedited hearings where
the public's due process to legally challenge
reactor licensing issues is
The best way to stop rising gas prices is to
boycott the world's largest
oil company. ExxonMobil made $5 billion in the
last quarter. If we simply
don't buy gas at ExxonMobil supply and demand
will bring down the price.
Stop Genetically Engineered Fish
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is
currently reviewing the
company A/F Protein's application to sell
genetically engineered (GE)
salmon. Urge the FDA not to approve the
application because GE fish
pose an unnecessary and unacceptable risk to the
and potentially to human health.
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