FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE By David Deen Vermont, February 01, 2012. The recent Vermont Yankee court decision said the State of Vermont can’t trump the federal
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Saxtons River, VT. March 21, 2011. – The Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant, which sits on the banks of the Connecticut River,
Greenfield, MA. March 23, 2010. One option said to be available to engineers at the Vermont Yankee nuclear plant for dealing with the tritium contamination
Greenfield, MA. March 10, 2010. Today, Attorney Jon Groveman of the Vermont Natural Resources Council submitted briefs supporting the Connecticut River Watershed Council’s request for
Dear CRC Member: Tomorrow the Vermont Senate will take up an historic vote on whether to extend the operating license of Entergy’s Vermont Yankee nuclear
Council joins VT legislators in calling for plant shut down to assure public safety until source of radioactive plume is identified and contained
February 10, 2010. Greenfield, MA. The Connecticut River Watershed Council today joined in the call for the shut down of the Vermont Yankee nuclear plant
Greenfield, MA. January 21, 2010. The Connecticut River Watershed Council today demanded an independent assessment of tritium leaks at the Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant.
SAXTONS RIVER, VERMONT. DECEMBER 18, 2009. According the Connecticut River Watershed Council (CRC), the Vermont Supreme Court upheld a 2008 Environmental Court decision allowing the
Greenfield, MA. September 09, 2009. The Environmental and Natural Resources Law Center at Vermont Law School on behalf of the Connecticut River Watershed Council is
BRATTLEBORO REFORMER , Brattleboro, Vermont Supreme Court decision could delay Yankee relicensing By BOB AUDETTE, Reformer Staff Saturday, April 4 BRATTLEBORO -- A U.S.