New Bills Aim to Stop Georgia Schools from Paying for Vogtle by Emily Weyrauch

Recently, a new bill (S.B. 355) was introduced to the Georgia legislature targeting Georgia Power and its enormous cost overruns on its project of construction nuclear power Plant Vogtle reactors 3 and 4. The bill, a direct response to Plant Vogtle’s infamous project delays, says that utilities can not collect financing fees …

Join Us for Georgia WAND’S 16th Annual REAL State of the Union

Please save the date for Georgia WAND’s 16th annual REAL State of the Union, featuring a panel of courageous thinkers, leaders, and activists to guide and inspire us into collective action. This event was born after Atlanta Journal Constitution journalist Jay Bookman uncovered the U.S.’s imperial interests behind the 2002 …

Georgia WAND stands with Jobs with Justice

On Thursday, Atlanta Jobs with Justice, a partner organization of ours, held an demonstration outside of the new Vine City Chick-Fil-A demanding $15 minimum wage for workers. Georgia WAND staff members and friends attended, and supported this action, standing with workers demanding equity and safe jobs that pay a living …

PRESS RELEASE: Georgia WAND Responds to PSC’s 12/21 Decision Mandating Rate Payers Shoulder Nuclear Expansion

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 12/28/2017 Contact: Lindsay Harper Deputy Director Georgia WAND Education Fund lindsay@georgiawand.org (404) 428-7440 Georgia WAND Responds to PSC’s 12/21 Decision Mandating Rate Payers Shoulder Nuclear Expansion Financial Burden ATLANTA, GA, Tuesday December 28, 2017: Although disappointed that the Georgia Public Service Commission decision moves Plant Vogtle’s construction …