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Phone: 301-270-NIRS (30
6930 Carroll Ave Ste 340
Takoma Pk
Maryland 20912
USA
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NIRS/WISE is the information and networking center for citizens and environmental organizations concerned about nuclear power, radioactive waste, radiation, and sustainable energy issues. NIRS was founded in 1978 to be the national information and networking center for people and environmental activists concerned about nuclear power, radioactive waste, radiation and sustainable energy issues.

We initiate large-scale organizing and public education campaigns on specific issues such as preventing new atomic reactors, showing how nuclear power is counterproductive to fighting climate change, stopping scientifically indefensible radioactive waste dumps like the proposed Yucca Mountain project, preventing the deregulation and out-of-control release of radioactive materials, pointing out the dangers of radioactive waste transportation, and for a safe, clean, sustainable energy future. Our affiliation with WISE-Amsterdam in 2000 means that we now have offices and programs across the globe.
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05/11/10
If it hadn't been for the work of Diane D'Arrigo and Mary Olson of NIRS, whose wrote an excellent report on low-level radioactive waste, we would never have known what an extensive problem we have here in Tennessee with nuclear waste... more »
05/05/10
I have served on the Board of NIRS. I can attest that this organization provides a high-quality robust service to all those concerned about nuclear power. The staff is hard-working, committed and extraordinarily intelligent. Their expertise over the years has provided guidance to activists, ... more »
04/30/10
I came to NIRS as a community and union organizer. I had spent years working on racial and economic justice issues, but had no previous contact with the activist in the anti nuclear power movement. I heard the phrase NO NUKES and knew about earlier incarnations of Ban the BOMB etc, but in the world ... more »
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