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The Nuclear Power program focuses on protecting public health, national security and saving taxpayer dollars by preventing the construction of expensive, dirty, and dangerous new nuclear reactors. Even though the first civilian nuclear reactor was turned on over sixty years ago, this mature industry is still dependent on government subsidies and is economically unsound. Nuclear reactors are mired in unresolved safety issues and are a threat to public health. In order to address climate change, protect public health, and meet our energy needs economically, the U.S. must stop subsidizing dirty, dangerous nuclear power and focus on solutions using renewable energy and ramping up low cost efficiency programs.
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In the Spotlight
November 5, 2017
APHA 2017 Health Activist Dinner
The Health Activist Dinner at American Public Health Association's annual meeting will include the presentation of the Edward Barsky Award to PSR's Dr. Ira Helfand.