Take Action Against Nukes!
Phone Bank to De-fund Nuclear Weapons
The Congressional super committee has been charged with cutting $1.5 trillion from the federal budget by November 23. Congress will vote on their proposal one month later, December 23. Now’s the time to let them know that nuclear weapons spending has got to go!
Help us reach out to the one Southeasterner on the super committee, South Carolina Representative Jim Clyburn. We’ll call Clyburn’s constituents to enlist their help to de-fund nuclear weapons and ask them to convince Clyburn to do the same!
Join us at the Georgia WAND office November 10 or November 15 6pm-8pm pm at the Georgia WAND office, 250 Georgia Avenue, Suite 202, Atlanta, GA 30316. We'll provide pizza and a script. We'll also have some phones available, but please bring your cell phone and charger is you are able. If you’d prefer to call from home, let us know! We’ll send you your own list and a script just email Carolyn@wand.org for more details.
Sign the “Co-petition to prevent Fukushima in the US.”
Beyond Nuclear has petitioned the NRC to suspend the operations of 23 Fukushima-style reactors in the US. Co-petition with us by sending a letter to the NRC. Click here to sign.
Petition the Obama Administration to end taxpayer subsidies for new nuclear reactors
With federally implemented taxpayer subsidies for new nuclear reactors, and Georgia Power's nuclear construction cost recovery fee already on our power bills, Georgians are forced to pay twice for dirty, dangerous nuclear reactors that we do not want in our state.
Georgia is scheduled to build the first new nuclear reactors in the U.S. in 30 years. Please sign the petition below to let the White House know that we won't pay for new nuclear reactors!
Click here to sign. If you don't already have an account with whitehouse.gov, you will first need to set one up by entering your name, email address and zip code.
Oppose Radioactive Spent Fuel Storage and Reprocessing at the Savannah River Site—sign the letter to Governor Nathan Deal!
Fight Against Nuclear Loans
Sen. Saxby Chambliss (202) 224-3521 (Washington D.C.)
Sen. Johnny Isakson (202) 224-3643 (Washington D.C.)
Your REP. via the Congressional Switchboard: (202) 224-3121
Ask them to OPPOSE any increase to the TITLE 17 NUCLEAR LOAN PROGRAM, and instead to push for the PROGRAM TO BE ENDED AND ALL UNSPENT MONEY RESCINDED. (Previously approved: %18.5 billion for new reactors and $4 billion for uranium enrichment plants)