In the News
Here are a few recent clips in the media about our work. Additional news clippings are available on our Facebook page.
Residents Challenge Entergy’s Zoning Permit, Plymouth Daily News, April 30, 2013
Pilgrim goes offline during winter Nor’easter; local groups had asked for shutdown in advance
Jacksonville Observer, Feb 9, 2013
Plymouth Daily News, Feb 10, 2013
Groups say Pilgrim should close during winter storm of 2013
Plymouth Daily News, Feb 7, 2013
Cape Cod Today, Feb 7, 2013
Wicked Local – Plymouth, Feb 7, 2013
Right Whales in the Wrong Place. Living on Earth radio interview, Jan. 18, 2012. Click here for transcript.
Newborn right whale in Cape Cod Bay fights for survival, Plymouth Daily News, Jan. 15, 2013. Karen Vale, Campaign Coordinator for Cape Cod Bay Watch, speaks about thermal pollution caused by Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station after the rare winter sighting of a mother and calf North Atlantic right whale off Plymouth.
Citizens sue nuclear facility. Living on Earth Radio interview and transcript, Oct. 12, 2012.
Activists plan to sue Mass. nuclear power plant owner. The Boston Globe, Oct. 10, 2012. Citizen activists have sent the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) notice that they intend to sue Entergy Corp. for more than 33,ooo violations of the Clean Water Act at Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station in Plymouth. The violations total about $831 million in penalties. Another group has sent the state Department of Environmental Protection a notice of intent to sue the agency for allowing Entergy to damage the environment. Related coverage: Cape Cod Times, Patriot Ledger, Wicked Local/Plymouth and Old Colony Memorial and CBS Money Watch.
Plymouth divided over Pilgrim’s license renewal. Local activitists are “completely outraged,” by news of the relicensing. The Boston Globe, May 28, 2012.
Audio: Opponent of Pilgrim’s license renewal talks about denied contention, vote by NRC Commissioner. Pine duBois, executive director of the Jones River Watershed and a spokesperson for the Pilgrim Coaliton speaks. WATD, May 25, 2012.