On September 7, 2020, Michael Rose, a dear friend and key Bridge the Gap figure for 45 years, died of complications from a bone marrow transplant for leukemia. He uncovered some of the most important nuclear hazards in the country, which contributed to their elimination. Michael was the best researcher and investigative journalist we have ever met, and a gentle and caring soul, and he will be missed more than words can express.
Navy Broke Promise to Clean Up Contamination, Covering It Up Instead Rather than cleaning up the contamination at the troubled Hunters Point Naval Shipyard, the Navy is leaving much of… Read more »
Read a public comment by Sarah Brady regarding the storage of San Onofre’s nuclear waste. Click here: Public Comment on San Onofre Irradiated Nuclear Fuel Issue.
From Melissa Bumstead: I started my petition in a moment of desperation, and have been in constant awe of the support I’ve received after sharing the story of the Santa… Read more »
On December 2, 1942, the first high level nuclear waste in the world was created. Three quarters of a century later there is still no permanent repository for such waste…. Read more »
CBG and other groups, including the City of Los Angeles and County have asked the State of California’s DTSC to live up to its commitments to cleanup SSFL, one of… Read more »
by CBG President Dan Hirsch SEVENTY YEARS AGO, A facility for testing nuclear reactors and rockets too dangerous to be conducted near populated areas was established on the boundary of… Read more »
Click here to read the 2017 CBG annual news letter.