California needs leadership on nuclear waste

From San Onofre to Humboldt  Bay, nuclear waste is piling up in California. This mos-toxic waste – tons and tons of it – is deadly for 200,000 years. Stranded next to a rising ocean at aging and decommissioned plants, the waste has no permanent home. California is overdue in showing leadership… Read more here

On San Onofre’s panel’s commentary – we disagree

A Sept. 18 commentary in The Coast News made an important point, one we agree with 100 percent, right in the headline: “Next at San Onofre? Remove the fuel.” From there, however, the piece was signed by three members of Southern California Edison’s… Read more here

On radiation risks, don’t trust an Edison employee

In an Oct. 1 Guest Opinion, “Surfing Community Deserves Truth from Activists,” author Greg Becker makes the kind of case you would never expect from a Southern California Edison employee – that discharges of irradiated water from San Onofre Nuclear Generating… Read more here

The nuclear industry doesn’t deserve a $50 billion subsidy

When the spigot opens for the $3 trillion infrastructure bill, the nuclear industry doesn’t deserve one dime. Unfortunately, the legislation sets aside up to $50 billion to keep clunky, old nuclear reactors running for the next decade. With each electron the inefficient plants… Read more here