Rising voices from the world over: some active anti-nuke petitions

Fukushima: Protect the Children Children have already absorbed several times more than 1 mSv, and Fukushima residents are insisting that prefectural and local governments immediately act to reduce the cumulative radiation risk by relocating children temporarily or for longer periods to safer areas and closing schools early for summer recess.


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Pia C. Jensen

Global Zero: Declaration –
http://www.globalzero.org/en/sign-declaration  WE, THE UNDERSIGNED, believe that to protect our children, our grandchildren and our civilization from the threat of nuclear catastrophe, we must eliminate all nuclear weapons globally. We therefore commit to working for a legally binding verifiable agreement, including all nations, to eliminate nuclear weapons by a date certain.

UK: Nuclear disarmament http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/nuclearweaponsconvention/ We call upon the government in recognition of this commitment to: cancel its preparations to renew the Trident nuclear weapons system and start the process of dismantling the existing system; and in the spirit of its support for existing treaties banning indiscriminate weapons such as landmines, chemical and biological weapons to: pursue multilateral negotiations with a view to concluding a Nuclear Weapons Convention by the year 2020 to ensure the elimination of nuclear weapons world wide.

Care2: End Nuclear Power Now targeting US Dept of Energy http://www.thepetitionsite.com/2/end-nuclear-power-now/ – With the breakdown of the nuclear power plant in Japan the world is facing, once again, the specter of vast areas of land being off limits from radioactivity.

Phase out of this dangerous method of making energy and move into renewables and sustainable living. Close the plants in an orderly and responsible manner and give each home a solar panel. It is time.

Malaysia: No Nukes, No Nuclear Power Plants, http://www.gopetition.com/petition/43855.html

Why put any country in unnecessary risk? While we around the globe express our great sympathy to Japan as they face one of the great calamity in the history, we hope the Malaysian government will reconsider whether nuclear power is the only solution going forward.

Jaitapur: Beyond Nuclear http://www.beyondnuclear.org/home/2011/5/4/please-sign-petition-to-indian-government-to-stop-jaitapur-r.html Stop Indian Government from allowing Jaitapur Reactors.

Jaitapur: About Police Actions http://mandgoa.blogspot.com/2010/12/petition-on-jaitapur-anti-nuclear.html Since the hazardous and near fatal consequences of the project are increasingly clear, the agitation as you are well aware is spreading… incidents have only instigating the local villagers against your very force and police personnel who are our very brotheren just doing their police duty.

 Some important resources: 

Voices of Ten Million Movement Launched in Japan  http://japanfocus.org/events/view/102  -A group of Japan’s most prominent public intellectuals have launched a movement to amass ten million signatures calling for an end to Japanese nuclear power.

Will the Nuclear Power Industry Meltdown? Author Harvey Wasserman. http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/HL1105/S00013/will-the-nuclear-power-industry-melt-down.htm

Michael Douglas, United Nations Messenger of Peace, still recovering from cancer returned to UN HQ in New York and join UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon to inaugurate a new installation of civil society petitions calling for the abolition of nuclear weapons.http://www.filmannex.com/movie/michael-douglas-returns-petition-no-nukes/25893

Global Map of Nuclear History & Threats:  http://www.globalzero.org/map (let it load, little slow)

Mongolia: http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/against-nuclear-waste-repository-in-mongolia/  After the Fukushima disaster japanese Corporations “Toshiba” Corp. are already lobbying their interests with US. Government to deposit tons of nuclear waste in Mongolia.

Germany/USA: Stop Radioactive Waste Imports http://pacevirginia.org/2011/03/12/sign-petition-to-stop-german-radioactive-waste-imports/ EnergySolutions is seeking an import license from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to import 1,000 tons of German radioactive waste to be incinerated in Tennessee. What would become of the ash, which would contain all the radioactivity of the waste (except that which would escape into the environment through the stack) is an open question.

Friday Harbor, WA, USA: Stop Buying Nuclear Electricity http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/oplaco-please-stop-buying-nuclear-electricity/ from Orcas Island. This Petition will be sent to Opalco’s Board of Directors, asking that our Cooperative stop buying 8% of our electric needs from Nuclear Power.

Pueblo, Colorado: http://www.thepetitionsite.com/2/no-nuclear-power-in-pueblo-co/

Pueblo County Commissioners are considering a nuclear power plant based on limited and skewed information. Nuclear power is not a responsible choice for energy needs; it makes no sense as part of Colorado’s Clean Energy Future! We can meet our needs through energy efficiency and responsible growth of renewable energy!

Beyond Nuclear: To President Obama http://act.credoaction.com/campaign/say_no_to_nuclear/?rc=fb_share1 Reverse your support of risky nuclear power. First came the earthquake. Then the tsunami. Then multiple explosions at nuclear reactors. Several Japanese nuclear reactors are at risk of melting down with unthinkable release of radiation.

Friends of the Earth, UK:  http://www.foe.co.uk/what_we_do/nuclear_27386.html We can meet our energy needs without gambling on nuclear. I urge you to set the UK on a path to a nuclear-free future, focussing on energy saving and renewable energy.

Iran: http://www.nonukesforiran.org/action/petition/ I, the undersigned, believe that the government of Iran is a state-sponsor of terror and a violator of human rights. I recognize that a nuclear Iran poses a threat to: America, the Greater Middle East, the Free World, and last but not least, the Iranian People. And I realize that negotiations will not prevent Iran from becoming a nuclear power.

All Nuclear Power Legislators, USA: http://www.petitiononline.com/prop1/petition.html This petition supports HR-2545, the “Nuclear Disarmament and Economic Conversion Act,” co-sponsored in the U.S. House of Representatives by Eleanor Holmes Norton, Lynn Woolsey, John Lewis, and Cynthia McKinney.

 Don’t Nuke the ClimateWe do not support construction of new nuclear reactors as a means of addressing the climate crisis. Available renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies are faster, cheaper, safer and cleaner strategies for reducing greenhouse emissions than nuclear power.

USA: Remove Nuclear Devices from US Cities http://www.petitionspot.com/petitions/nonukes There are a bunch of nuclear devices hidden in America\’s big-cities and others. They are for destroying America to make things okay for Earth after Doomsday.

USA, Post Fukushima, Increase Security & Safety: http://org2.democracyinaction.org/o/5502/p/dia/action/public/?action_KEY=6195 More than two weeks after the earthquake and tsunami struck Japan, the unparalleled nuclear crisis at Fukushima shows no signs of abating. We continue to see extraordinary levels of radiation at the plant site and continued high levels even outside the expanded evacuation zone.


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