Final Push on Petition to Stop Fossil Fuel Extraction Near Nuclear Installations

Please Share – A Final Push on the Petition to Stop Fossil Fuel Extraction Near Nuclear

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Dear Friends,

FINAL PUSH ON THE PETITION to Stop Fossil Fuel Extraction Near Nuclear Installations!

We now have over 1000 signatures on this petition and it would be fantastic to raise the roof on this before we hand the petition in with a letter to the Health and Safety Executive.

The letter will outline all the reasons why there should be a halt to the extraction of fossil fuel near nuclear installations such as Springfields in Preston which is near to the PNR frack site.

The plan for the first deep coal mine in the UK in 30 years would be just five miles from Sellafield.

This is madness and will impact on future generations as well as ours.

We have written to the HSE before but so far their response has been to ignore the letters. With your help and even more signatures on the petition we can make…

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Forget Our Green and Pleasant Land – this Nuclear Hell Hole is Coming Your Way..Unless We Rise Up from the Monbiot Induced Nuclear Apathy

The devastation  awaiting the river Ehen and the tiny village of Beckermet in West Cumbria has been graphically demonstrated courtesy of an EDF drone over Hinkley Point C in Somerset.   George Monbiot the Guardian's much hyped environmentalist has told Cumbria that the most dangerous thing we have to worry about it the sheep. He is …

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Mounting Nuclear Waste with nowhere to go.

The Whitehaven News have published an excellent letter by the founder of Greenpeace UK. Pete Wilkinson  has written this letter in his role as Chairman of Together Against Sizewell. Government seems to be determined to pursue a nuclear power policy which will leave future generations with a nuclear waste radiation legacy at least ten times …

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New Leaflet to Keep Cumbrian Coal in the Hole – A Busy Persons Guide to Taking Action

Dear Friends, Although this is a very big deal you would not think so from reading and listening to the mainstream media. There has been virtually no reporting in the local press and none at all in the national press on all the reasons why so many groups and organisations are opposed to the plan […] …

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Nuclear: We Are Standing On The Threshold Of Too Late

Nuclear – We are Standing at the Threshold of Too Late! It is up to us whether or not we allow our nuclear obsessed government to push us over that threshold

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Standing on the Threshold of Too Late
Nuclear: There will soon come a time when it is too late
World Telegram & Sun photo by Phil Stanziola, 1964 , ML King, cropped
In Dr. Martin Luther King’s Nobel Prize Lecture, October of 1964, he raises the alarm over nuclear weapons and the constant threat of annihilation by nuclear weapons, as an “imminent cosmic elegy“. Ignoring the nuclear threat “does not alter the nature and risks of such war“, he warns. [1] In his speech at the Riverside Church, one year before his death, he further warns that there is such a thing as “too late“. [2]

Today we stand on the threshold of too late, with regard to nuclear reactors, as well as nuclear weapons.

Nuclear reactors and the related mining, processing and waste legally leak lethal radionuclides into the environment, all of the time, even without a major accident. Many of the most dangerous, like plutonium…

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CND Says No to Nuclear Power- YOU CAN TOO!

PLEASE SIGN AND SHARE THE PETITION No to Nuclear Power We, the undersigned, call on the Government to: •             Cancel all plans for new reactors, •             Phase out all nuclear power production, •             Commit to developing an energy system based on renewable energy. Major disasters at Windscale, Chernobyl and Fukushima show the dangers associated with …

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Please Sign Petition to Stop the Coal Mine Near Sellafield!

Please Sign, Share and Talk about this, Letters to the press, please help to stop this plan in whatever way you can. Incredibly this mad, bad and dangerous plan has received far less media attention and discussion than the proposed Zip wires accross Thirlmere. Why is that? What is Going On? The Petition can be […] …

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Westinghouse Saved – Who Knew? We did! Come on and Join the Resistance to the Nuclear Mafia.

As we predicted Westinghouse has been bailed out by an asset management company.  The nuclear industry will not under any circumstances, apart from huge public outcry and condemnation, be allowed to go belly up.  This means that Westinghouse in Preston will be hoping to gear up to supply all new nuclear reactors here (and overseas …

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New Date for Coal Mine Decision – 7th March 2018 – Anyone Looking?

Happy New Year! Thanks to all of you we have a fighting chance to stop the first deep coal mine in 30 years in the UK with top law firm Leigh Day lending their weight to the battle. The date for the planning meeting has been deferred yet again (this will be the third date!) […] …

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Radiation Free Lakeland: Review of 2017

Radiation Free Lakeland: Review of 2017 “Scrap your pylon connection – Moorside would be an abomination.”  Jean Ward of Kendal .   We learnt in January of Jean Ward’s passing. In her late eighties she had a young spirit and campaigned fiercely but with great personal gentleness.  The last time I spoke to she told me how …

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