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Green Party Of Florida Issues Statement On Second Anniversary Of Fukushima Nuclear Disaster

 

(Distributed by the Green Party of the United States, http://www.gp.org)

GREEN PARTY OF FLORIDA
http://www.gpfl.org

For Immediate Release – March 11, 2013

Contacts:
Steve Showen (305) 712-2738
Michael Canney  (352) 213-8885

GREEN PARTY STATEMENT ON SECOND ANNIVERSARY OF FUKUSHIMA NUCLEAR DISASTER

On the second anniversary of the Fukushima nuclear accident, the Green
Party of Florida expresses condolences to Japanese victims of this
ongoing disaster, and solidarity with the people of Japan who have
mobilized a growing popular movement against nuclear power.

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Green Party of Florida calls on Obama and Crist to declare State of Emergency for the Gulf Coast

A press release sent to me via e-mail by the Green Party of Florida:

We sent this out yesterday to the governor and the media…

http://www.floridagreens.org/content/press-releases/29-green-party-of-florida-calls-on-obama-and-crist-to-declare-state-of-emergency-in-response-to-oil-rig-disaster

GREEN PARTY OF FLORIDA

For Immediate Release – April 29, 2010
Contact:  Michael Canney  (352) 278 4031  alachuagreen@gmail.com

Green Party of Florida calls on President Obama and Governor Crist to declare immediate State of Emergency on Gulf Coast in response to oil rig disaster; all available federal and state resources must be mobilized to protect threatened communities and wildlife habitats in four states

Eleven oil rig workers died in the April 20 explosion of the Deepwater Horizon oil drilling platform, operated by oil giant British Petroleum.
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Green Party of Florida calls PSC approval of nuclear cost recovery “A license to steal”

Hat/tip to my co-blogger at onthewilderside.com who re-posted the Green Party  press release below:

The Green Party of Florida (GPF) denounces the October 16 decision by the Public Service Commission allowing Progress Energy and Florida Power & Light to raise utility rates paid by their customers in order to collect hundreds of millions of dollars in so-called “nuclear cost recovery” funds.

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