Diane Turco, who has been fighting the plant for decades, is back in court for matters related to her protesting of Pilgrim
For some with personal connections to past mistakes, the consequences of unfettered ingenuity are no more easily ignored than mushroom clouds on the horizon
“Should a corporation poison your family for money?” Steyer asked the crowd. “Climate is the number one priority … not because we want it to be, but because it has to be.”
To understand the current controversy over the decommissioning of Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant, you have to understand its past
Addressing the US’s complicitness in maintaining the nuclear status quo
This year’s meeting was particularly fraught because a series of strong winter storms forced the plant to shut down—or scram—twice in the last three months. Pilgrim remains offline as plant workers attempt to fix a transformer located between the electrical switchyard and the reactor.