It will be five years in March since the triple meltdown at Fukushima Daiichi began and the Japanese public and people around the world continue to search for the truth about nuclear risk and honest answers to their energy future. Fukushima@5 exposes the truth of the ongoing atomic devastation caused by the nuclear meltdown at Fukushima Daiichi.
2.206 "Put Up or Shut Down" Petition filed by seven engineers working for the Nuclear Regulatory Commission who site severe design flaws that require fixing or immediate shutdown.
The fifty poets whose work is presented here speak for the thousands, millions, whose voices have not been heard, and they speak with eloquence, passion, and courage.
Disproving what critics of the Linear No-Threshold (LNT) Risk Model have claimed and also disproving the theory of hormesis, Ian Goddard has compiled solid research on the incidence of cancer in relationship to radioactive dose exposure.
Watch this video and see for yourself how possible it is live green and sustainably in a four season climate with cold winters!
Knowledge is power. The Fairewinds Crew is committed to providing you with the most up to date, undistorted news about risks at atomic power plants. Fairewinds is working with an amazing group of interns from the University of Vermont involved in a capstone project focused on energy and sustainability research and looks forward to incorporating more interns into new projects this Spring.
The New England Coalition on Nuclear Pollution awarded Maggie and Arnie Gundersen, founders of Fairewinds Energy Education, a lifetime achievement award Saturday September 26 at its annual meeting. The Gundersens were recognized for their unceasing commitment to educate the public on nuclear power risk and hold the nuclear industry accountable on safety issues.
An ode to teachers and educators for their dedication and service, For the Love of Kids, was written by Fairewinds' chief engineer Arnie Gundersen, and is his nod to the hard work and commitment it takes to teach and make a difference in students' lives. The article, written and published in 2003, was requested by the National Education Association magazine, NEA Today.