N.C. Waste Awareness and Reduction Network, a Durham group that opposes nuclear power and coal-burning power plants, warned Monday that the planet could become uninhabitable for humans if we don’t put a lid on greenhouse gas emissions.
NC WARN in the News
A few of the news articles citing NC WARN
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How necessary is nuclear power? Renewable energy, including solar, wind and hydroelectric, can provide all but 6% of North Carolina’s electricity, finds a new Duke University study. “Critics of renewable power point out that solar and wind sources are intermittent. The truth is that solar and wind are complementary in …
Thanks to the many of you who contacted us regarding the Independent Weekly’s late 2009 article about Shearon Harris. Many of you remember this five-year campaign, and as several noted, the nuclear waste shipments have ended. The following letter appears in the current edition of the paper. (You can see …
Instead of risking $35 billion on new plants, there is a better, cheaper and more secure way to handle North Carolina’s energy needs.