Chernobyl Petition

April 26 marked the 20th anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear meltdown. We learned the hard way that nuclear energy is dangerous. Fortunately, in this day and age, it is also unnecessary. Our energy needs can be met with safe and efficient renewable energy technologies. Yet President Bush continues to peddle nuclear power as the answer to our energy independence. Let President Bush know that you haven't forgotten the Chernobyl disaster and you don't want to see another one. Sign our petition now.
Petition Text


President Bush,

We the undersigned urge you and your administration to:

1. Cease the promotion and subsidization of nuclear power in the United States and abroad.

2. Invest in efficiency and renewable energy sources that donít undermine our national security.

3. Abandon plans to reprocess deadly radioactive waste and secure these wastes from terrorist attack.

4. Demand that the United Nations and the International Atomic Energy Agency halt their promotion of nuclear power and focus their resources exclusively on their critical mission of disarmament and world peace.


Petition:

President Bush, We the undersigned urge you and your administration to: 1. Cease the promotion and subsidization of nuclear power in the United States and abroad. 2. Invest in efficiency and renewable energy sources that donít undermine our national security. 3. Abandon plans to reprocess deadly radioactive waste and secure these wastes from terrorist attack. 4. Demand that the United Nations and the International Atomic Energy Agency halt their promotion of nuclear power and focus their resources exclusively on their critical mission of disarmament and world peace.
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