Cleaner than fossil fuels, but at what cost? Catastrophic events that have affected the lives of humans all around the globe prove that nuclear energy is not worth the unforeseeable, unpredictable disasters that accompany it.
by Reid Boyer Forward-thinking companies realize the value in providing sustainable, renewable, organic, cruelty-free, vegan-friendly, sweatshop-free, biodegradable, and locally-produced products and services. In the long run, our steadfast demand for such products will yield greater profits to ethical suppliers. I … more
Jan 6, 2005—On November 21, 2004, Dr. Helen Caldicott (co-founder of Physicians for Social Responsibility) spoke in Quakertown. She explained how we now face the single greatest threat to world public health: the profound medical, environmental, political and moral consequences … more
Capitalism and Ecological Limits MC: Capitalism has faced many moments of crisis over time. Is there something different about the present crisis? What makes the end of capitalism a possibility now? AK: This is such an important question, and it’s … more
Statement of the Alliance Energy Group: The Alliance Energy Group opposes the two new major transmission lines proposed for the mid-Atlantic electricity grid, one of which would go through the Lehigh Valley area. Given environmental concerns, peak oil, global climate … more