The Campaign for Nuclear
Phaseout (CNP) represents a coalition of Canadian
public interest organizations concerned with the environmental
consequences of nuclear power generation. CNP's mandate has
been endorsed by over 300 public interest groups from across
Canada. CNP's national office is located in Ottawa, Ontario,
is a consumer and environment research team, active in the
fight against nuclear power, and dedicated to resource conservation,
economic efficiency, and effective utility regulation.
to form new links with the research, policy and grassroots
communities to preserve the future of the planet and protect
the quality of the environment.
Greenpeace's Stop Plutonium page is colorful and easy to read.
It presents their position that transporting spent fuel in
ships to other countries is bad and should be stopped.
N-Base Nuclear Information
The N-Base Database focuses on the UK civil nuclear industry,
particlarly the reprocessing industry at Sellafield and Dounreay;
plutonium production; decommisioning; waste production, management
and storage; radioactive discharges into the sea and air;
the transportation of nuclear fuel, waste and other radioactive
material; health, and numerous other related issues.
The Nuclear Control Institute
(NCI) is an independent research and advocacy center
specializing in problems of nuclear proliferation.
Service on Energy & Nuclear Information and Resource Service
(NIRS/WISE) is the information and networking
center for citizens and environmental organizations concerned
about nuclear power, radioactive waste, radiation, and sustainable
Nuclear Threat Initiative
(NTI), created by Ted Turner and Sam Nunn, is a charitable
organization working to reduce the risk of use and prevent
the spread of weapons of mass destruction.
Physicians for Global Survival
(PGS) is a physician-led organization which, out of
concern for global health, is committed to the abolition of
nuclear weapons, the prevention of war, the promotion of non-violent
means of conflict resolution and social justice in a sustainable
Union of Concerned Scientists
(UCS) is an independent nonprofit alliance of 50,000
concerned citizens and scientists across the country. We augment
rigorous scientific analysis with innovative thinking and
committed citizen advocacy to build a cleaner, healthier environment
and a safer world.
mission is to develop renewable energy and energy efficiency
technologies and practices, advance related science
and engineering, and transfer knowledge and innovations
to address the nation's energy and environmental goals.
solar power (CSP) technologies, including parabolic
troughs, power towers, and dish/engines, have the potential
to provide the world with tens of thousands of megawatts
of clean, renewable, cost-competitive power.
is a national trade association that represents wind
power plant developers, wind turbine manufacturers,
utilities, consultants, insurers, financiers, researchers,
and others involved in the wind industry (Wind
Center for Photovoltaics is tasked to mobilize the
U.S resources in photovoltaics by performing R&D,
promoting partneship, and serving as a forum for the
International is a renewable energy awareness, decision-support
and capacity building tool developed by the CANMET Energy
Diversification Research Laboratory (CEDRL).
Geothermal Energy Unit,
formerly UURI (University of Utah Research Institute)
performs basic and applied research in geothermal exploration,
reservoir delineation, drilling and logging, and production.