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In the Path of the Storm

After a year that saw many parts of the country hit by scorching heat, devastating wildfires, severe storms and record flooding, a new Environment Massachusetts report documents how global warming could lead to certain extreme weather events becoming even more common or more severe in the future.  

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Too Close to Home

In the United States, 49 million Americans receive their drinking water from surface sources located within 50 miles of an active nuclear power plant – inside the boundary the Nuclear Regulatory Commission uses to assess risk to food and water supplies.

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Report Cites Water Quality Concerns Near Nuclear Plants

Tuesday, local environmentalists will join representatives from MASSPIRG Education Fund and Environment Massachusetts Research and Policy Center to release a new report that includes data on how nuclear power threatens the state's drinking water.

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News Release | Environment Massachusetts Research and Policy Center

Nuclear Power Plants Threaten Drinking Water for 4 Million Bay Staters

The drinking water for 4.8 million people in Massachusetts could be at risk of radioactive contamination from a leak or accident at nuclear power plants in the region, says a new report released today by the MASSPIRG Education Fund and Environment Massachusetts Research and Policy Center

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News Release | Environment Massachusetts Research and Policy Center

Drinking Water for Bay Staters at Risk from Nuclear Power Plants

MASSPIRG Education Fund and the Environment Massachusetts Research and Policy Center representatives  will be joined by local advocates and public health experts near the Pilgrim nuclear power plant  to release a new report which includes data on how the plant is a threat to the drinking water for the Commonwealth.

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