About signing the “Close All Nuclear Power Plants” Petition Pledge:
On Wednesday, September 21, 2011, eminent scientists, physicians, educators, writers, artists and activists from all over the world will fly to New York for a historic press conference where they will announce a global campaign to shut down every one of the 432 nuclear power plants now operating in more than 30 countries around the globe. Gary Null is sponsoring the event – and the worldwide campaign -- in conjunction with PRN (Progressive Radio Network) and G-CAPS (Global Communities Against Nuclear Suicide).
Signing the Petition Pledge will be an important part of this event. The millions of signatures gathered now and during the coming weeks will be presented to leaders and legislators throughout the world. We invite you to join Gary by signing the Petition Pledge and becoming a part of this historical movement towards a sustainable future.
If you would like to attend this historic event in New York City, tickets are available online at here. Or call 877-627-5065.
What the Petition Pledge says:
"Because I believe that nuclear reactors and power plants pose an unacceptable risk to the health, safety, and existence of our planet and every living creature upon it, I urge and will support an immediate shutdown of all nuclear facilities everywhere in the world, and a total ban on the construction of any new nuclear facilities. In pursuit of this goal, I promise to vote against any government leader or elected official who does not also sign this pledge."
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Cleveland, Ohio, United States
Diana Hadley Astral Artist
We must shut down every single Nuclear Power Plant NOW so we can get to the root of how to remedy the Fukushima disaster before it's too late!
Too many other Nuclear Power Plants are leaking right now! How bad does it have to get before something is done !!!
Francesca Vaccarino, United States3 months ago
michelle rush, United States3 months ago
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