Alliance for Nuclear Accountability (ANA)
ANA is a network of more than 30 local, regional and national peace and environmental groups (see http://www.ananuclear.org/member.htm) concerned by the U.S. nuclear weapons sites and radioactive waste dumps. Its web site provides information on current projects and issues, and links to groups and organizations all over the USA.
BOB SCHAEFFER, PUBLIC EDUCATION CONSULTANT
ANA DC OFFICE: 1801 18TH ST., NW, SUITE 9-2, WASHINGTON, DC 20009
TEL: +1 202 833 4668 - FAX: +1 202 234 9536
Institute for Science and International Security (ISIS)
ISIS is a non-profit, non-partisan institution dedicated to informing the public about science and policy issues affecting international security. It organizes international conferences on trends in civil, separated plutonium stocks and methods to reduce the size of these stocks, most recently on March 14-15th 2000 in Washington, DC.
DAVID ALBRIGHT, PRESIDENT
236 MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE, NE, SUITE 500, WASHINGTON, DC 20002
TEL: +1 202 547 3633 - FAX: +1 202 547 3634
National Academy of Sciences (NAS)
A working group of the NAS defined the scientific basis for the dual track decision on excess plutonium management.
2101 constitution AVENUE, NW, ROOM HA456, WASHINGTON, DC 20418
TEL: +1 202 334 3066 - FAX: +1 202 334 3077
Nuclear Control Institute (NCI)
NCI has worked since 1981 on research and investigation to combat the international commerce in nuclear materials in particular plutonium - and technologies. It has specialized in highlighting security and environmental risks of transporting nuclear materials, in the US and worldwide.
PAUL LEVENTHAL, PRESIDENT
TOM CLEMENTS, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
1000 CONNECTICUT AVENUE NW, SUITE 804, WASHINGTON, DC, 20036
TEL: +1 202 822 8444 - FAX: +1 202 452 0892
Union of Concerned Scientists (USC)
UCS is an independent nonprofit alliance of 50,000 concerned citizens and scientists across the United States providing research results on energy and environmental matters to government, the media and public.
2 BRATTLE SQUARE, CAMBRIDGE, MA 02238
TEL: +1 617 547 5552 - FAX: +1 617 864 9405
Institute for Energy and Environmental Research (IEER)
IEER provides activists, policy-makers, journalists, and the public with scientific and technical information on energy and environmental issues. ARJUN MAKIJANI, DIRECTOR
6935 LAUREL AVE., TAKOMA PARK, MARYLAND, 20912
TEL: +1 301 270 5500 - FAX: +1 301 270 3029
Nuclear Information and Resource Service (NIRS)
NIRS is an information and networking center for citizens and environmental organizations concerned about nuclear power, radioactive waste, radiation, and sustainable energy issues. It was a co-initiator of the "Nix-MOX" campaign.
1424 16TH STREET NW, #404, WASHINGTON, DC 20036
TEL: +1 202 328 0002 - FAX: +1 202 462 2183
Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC)
NRDC runs a program defined as "Alternatives to Spent Fuel Reprocessing for 'Waste Management' and the Future of the Civil Nuclear Fuel Cycle. This project supports work on nuclear facility safety, fissile material security and accounting, adequacy of international safeguards, nuclear fuel-cycle policy, and alternative energy options in former East Bloc nations, Europe, and Asia".
40 West 20th St., New York, NY 10011,
Serious Texans Against Nuclear Dumping (STAND)
STAND has proven particularly efficient in the monitoring of plutonium issues at Pantex (see p. 15). Don Moniak is editor of STANDPoint, an electronic publication on Pantex issues.
7105 W. 34TH AVENUE, SUITE F, AMARILLO, TX 79109
TEL: +1 806 358 2622 - FAX: +1 806 355 3837
Snake River Alliance
Snake River Alliance is an Idaho-based grassroots organization which focuses its work on nuclear issues, most especially monitoring activities at the Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory.
PO BOX 1731, BOISE, ID 83701
TEL: +1 208 344 9161 - FAX: +1 208 344 9305
Hanford Watch was founded in 1992 to educate the public on Hanford issues and work to increase public participation in the Hanford decision-making process.
Oak Ridge Environmental Peace Alliance (OREPA)
OREPA is multi-disciplinary advocacy and activist organization which monitors the Oak Ridge Nuclear Reservation.
PO BOX 5743, OAK RIDGE, TN 37831
TEL: +1 423 483 8202 - FAX: +1 423 483 9725
Los Alamos Study Group
Los Alamos Study Group is a non-profit, research-oriented, nuclear disarmament organization monitoring and analyzing activities at the Los Alamos National Laboratory.
212 EAST MARCY STREET, SANTA FE, NM 87501
TEL: +1 505 982 7747 - FAX: +1 505 982 8502
Western States Legal Foundation (WSLF)
WSLF a non-profit, public interest organizaton which monitors and analyzes nuclear weapons programs at the Livermore, Los Alamos, and Sandia National Laboratories and the Nevada Test Site.
1440 BROADWAY, #500, OAKLAND, CA 94612
TEL: +1 510 839 5877 - FAX: +1 510 839 5397
Tri-Valley Communities Against a Radioactive Environment (CARE)
Tri-Valley CAREs is a local watchdog group aiming to convert the Livermore Laboratories to viable centers for peaceful and environmentally responsible scientific research.
2582 OLD FIRST STREET, LIVERMORE, CA 94550
TEL: +1 925 443 7148 - FAX: +1 925 443 0177
South West Research Information Center (SRIC)
SCRIC is a non-profit organization providing information to the public on matters affecting environment, human health and communities. SRIC's Nuclear Waste Safety Program for many years prevented the opening of the Waste Isolation Pilote Plant (WIPP).
DON HANCOCK, DIRECTOR
105 STANFORD SE, PO BOX 4524, ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87106
TEL: +1 505 262 1862 - FAX: +1 505 262 1864
A Native American organization working on nuclear abolition issues, native lands, and against the transportation of radioactive waste and the proposed Yucca Mountain, Nevada high-level dumpsite (see p. 18).
5007 ELMHURST LANE, LAS VEGAS, NV 89108-1304
TEL: +1 702 647 3095 - FAX: +1 702 647 9385
Safe Energy Communication Council (SECC)
SECC is an environmental coalition of national energy, environmental and public interest media groups also working to educate the public about the economic and environmental liabilities of nuclear power.
1717 MASSACHUSETTS AVE NW #805, WASHINGTON DC 20036
TEL: +1 202 483 8491 - FAX: +1 202 234 9194
Nuclear Waste Citizens Coalition
The Nuclear Waste Citizens Coalition unites 18 different groups working on various aspects of the nuclear waste problem.
C/O CITIZEN ALERT, P.O. BOX 17173, LAS VEGAS, NV 89114
TEL: +1 702 796 5662 - FAX: +1 202 796 4886
Citizen Alert was founded in 1975 in response to the federal government's plan to dump high-level nuclear waste in Nevada.
P.O. BOX 17173, LAS VEGAS NV 89114
TEL: +1 702 796 5662 - FAX: +1 702 796 4886
Rocky Mountain Peace Center (RMPC)
The RMPC is a grassroots organization which works on nuclear weapons and waste issues with focus on the Rocky Flats Department of Energy site which produced plutonium triggers for nuclear weapons (see p. 16).
P.O. BOX 1156, BOULDER CO 80306
TEL: +1 303 444 6981 - Fax: +1 303 444 6523
Nuclear Energy Information Service (NEIS)
NEIS is a non-profit, citizen organization in Evanston, Illinois that educates the public about nuclear power and safe alternatives using research, public forums, debate and educational events.
P.O. BOX 1637, EVASTON IL 60204-1637
TEL: +1 847 869 7650 - Fax: +1 847 869 7658
Nevada Nuclear Waste Task Force (NNWTF)
NNWTF is a non-profit organization focusing strictly on Yucca Moutain and high-level nuclear waste. For nearly 10 years it was the public involvement contractor for the State of Nevada.
3926 BUSHNELL DR #71, LAS VEGAS, NV 89103
TEL: +1 702 248 1127 - FAX: +1 702 248 1128
Citizens Awareness Network (CAN)
The Citizens Awareness Network (CAN) provides information to the local communities of western Massachusetts about issues of nuclear power and nuclear waste. CAN specifically focuses on the health and safety of both the public and workers in the nuclear industry.
P.O. BOX 83, SHELBURNE FALLS MA 01370
TEL: +1 413 339 4374 - FAX: +1 413 339 8768
Center for Energy and Environmental Studies - Princeton University
Frank von Hippel served as Assistant Director for National Security in the White House's Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) and is a Professor at Princeton's Woodrow Wilson School. He also directs the Federation of American Scientists' nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation program.
FRANK VON HIPPEL
H102 ENG. QUAD, PRINCETON UNIVERSITY, NJ 08544 PRINCETON
TEL: +1 609 258 4695 - FAX: +1 609 258 3661
Nuclear Age Peace Foundation
The Nuclear Age Peace Foundation, an international education and advocacy organization focusing on issues of international Peace and Security, is the global contact for Abolition 2000 (http://www.napf.org/abolition2000/index.html) which is a global network comprised of more than 1,455 citizen action groups in 92 countries, all working to eliminate nuclear weapons globally.
PMB 121, 1187 COAST VILLAGE ROAD, SUITE 1, SANTA BARBARA, CA 93108-2794
TEL: +1 805 965 3443; FAX: +1 805 568 0466
Women's Action for New Directions (WAND)
To empower women to act politically to reduce militarism and violence and to redirect excessive military spending to human and environmental needs. WAND is working with organizations, individual activists and state legislators to stop the use of mixed oxide fuel in the United States and publishes a monthly "Nix MOX Bulletin."
Field Director for Nuclear Waste Issues
2350 HARVE AVE.,
MISSOULA, MT 59801-7654
TEL: +1 406 3270785
FAX: +1 406 721 8487
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