Germany’s Renewable Energy Revolution
April – UK tour – APATHY KILLS http://ianrcrane.com/index.php?route=product/category&path=63
April 11 – Quebec Act on Climate March http://act-on-climate.ca/media
April 14-16 – Quebec City and Montreal -Uranium Film Festival
NRC Public Meeting Schedule
- Stop the Nuclear Restarts in Japan http://act.greenpeace.org/ea-action/action?ea.client.id=1844&ea.campaign.id=36172 Add your voice to prevent further nuclear disasters in Japan.
- Stop plans to build small nuclear reactors in Saskatchewan to power oil extraction from the Alberta Tar Sands
- ABOLISH ALL NUCLEAR FISSIONING APPLICATIONS ASAP!--
The global movement for a clean non nuclear future – theme for March 2015
The nuclear lobby, the corporate establishment, governments and the mainstream media just don’t “get it”. But the world is moving away from top-down, centrally organised, vertically structured systems. Nuclear power, even that last ditch hope, “little” nuclear reactors – all are part of the out-dated systems.
There’s still a place for some centralised systems, with renewable energy transported by the grid. But along with the now horizontally organised communications – net-working across the world, grow the flexible and versatile systems of decentralised electricity generation.
Above all – the ever more rapid spread of ideas and campaigns. Some, we know, are harmful campaigns. But the movement for clean energy is unstoppable – spreading as it does from person to person – not relying on organisation by authorities and experts.
Indigenous campaigns lead the way – whether it be in America, Australia, Malaysia – indigenous peoples have already shown how they can slow down, even stop, the nuclear juggernaut.
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