In a report released today, CBG conducted an exhaustive analysis of data from nuclear plants nationwide. After analyzing the data, it became stunningly clear that San Onofre’s Unit 2 reactor… Read more »
NASA announced that it will fully comply with the Agreement on Consent (AOC) signed in December 2010 to cleanup its portion of SSFL to background levels and set the scope… Read more »
There is a new report on the devastating information recently disclosed by the NRC–that approximately 3,400 steam generator tubes have gone bad at San Onofre, a number nearly equal to… Read more »
The Nation magazine reports on the efforts to shutter the San Onofre plant. CBG has been working with the community and other nuclear policy organizations to shutter the problem-riddled plant.
CBS 2 ran a story regarding the San Onofre nuclear reactor, with an interview of Dan Hirsch. You may read the story here, and watch the video below.
2011 was a historical year for nuclear power and the nuclear industry. After TMI, nuclear industry advocates told us not to worry, they had brought the accident under control a… Read more »
Hirsch talked about the SONGs safety record, and the dangers presented by the continued operation of the San Onofre nuclear power plant. The San Clemente Times reports: The second of… Read more »
Millie Plotkin, who served on Bridge the Gap’s Board and was one of our mainstays for more than three decades, died peacefully in her sleep on October 16. She was… Read more »
Recently, we lost three Giants in the Fight to Reduce Nuclear Risks – Ted Taylor, John Gofman, Paul Leventhal. Read more here.