Nuclear expert Gordon Edwards and CRED-NB member Susan O’Donnell published an article today in the NB Media Co-op outlining why radioactive waste is a big problem for the proposed new nuclear reactor projects in the province. You can read the article here.
CRED-NB sent a letter today to Jeff Carr, Minister of Environment and Local Government for the Government of New Brunswick. The letter thanks the Minister for recognizing that raising the carbon footprint in New Brunswick is not an option at Belledune with the proposed Maritime Iron reprocessing plant. You can read the letter here.
Coalition member Sam Arnold published a commentary today in the NB Media Co-op outlining seven reasons why the proposed small modular nuclear reactor projects proposed for New Brunswick is shaping up to be another nuclear boondoggle. You can read Sam’s commentary here.
Today CRED-NB also signed on to a joint letter to the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission written by the Canadian Environmental Law Association (CELA). You can read the letter here.
CRED-NB sent a letter today to the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission to note our interest in the scope for the Environmental Assessment of the proposed micro nuclear reactor at Chalk River, Ontario. Our letter also supports the comprehensive submission from the Canadian Environmental Law Association. You can read our letter here.