Free E--book - Particles on the Wall 2nd edition from Healthy World Press


  • POTW exhibit at WSU through April 5, 2013
  • POTW exhibit in Portland May 3 - June 14, 2013

WANMEC is made possible by Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility

With support and additional funding from INND and
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There are a wide variety of other organizations and resources working to educate the public on issues related to nuclear power and proliferation both here in Washington State and around the globe. We value the mission and of goals of these organizations and encourage you to visit them to learn more about the issues and the work being done to engage them.
BRMA is an all-volunteer association of individuals and groups working to preserve the historic B Reactor on the Hanford Nuclear Site in southeastern Washington State as a public museum.
The Columbia River Exhibition of History, Science, and Technology (CREHST) is a museum and science center created to tell the dynamic story of the Columbia Basin and surrounding region.

This facility features a variety of two- and three-dimensional exhibits and displays. Visitors will be entertained with interactive, hands-on displays and activities. Enjoy a fascinating journey through the unique Columbia Basin region.
Columbia Riverkeeper's mission is to restore and protect the water quality of the Columbia River and all life connected to it, from the headwaters to the Pacific Ocean.
To expose the plight of downwind residents whose fallout exposures have caused cancers, leukemia, and other illnesses, and to obtain justice for their injuries. To fight for an immediate end to all nuclear testing at the Nevada Test Site and elsewhere.
The primary aim of Hanford Challenge is social change and transformation, influencing public policy, and changing cultural norms and mindsets in order to improve the cleanup activities at Hanford. We hold Hanford accountable, protect whistleblowers, promote discovery of common ground among traditional opponents on the issue of Hanford, generate creative resolutions and foster collaborative opportunities for improvement. The desired outcome is a site that performs its cleanup obligations in a transparent, efficient, and creative manner, at a reasonable cost to the taxpayer, and in a fashion that protects worker and public health and safety, the environment, and future generations.
The project seeks to provide educational information and materials about potential health risks to individuals who may have been exposed as young children to past releases of radioactive iodine (I-131) between 1944 and 1951 from the Hanford Nuclear reservation, which is in south central Washington state. The project's goal is to assist concerned individuals and their health care providers in making informed health care choices concerning these exposures.
The Network is a collaboration of the health agencies of Washington, Oregon and Idaho, along with nine Indian Nations. The Network was created to provide information on the known and potential health effects of the radioactive releases from the Hanford Nuclear Reservation, located in south central Washington state, from 1944 to 1972. For more than 40 years, Hanford released radioactive materials into the environment, while producing plutonium for America's nuclear arsenal.
Our mission is to educate the public on Hanford cleanup issues, and work to increase public participation in the Hanford decision making process.
To advance our region's quality of life through highly credible research, education, and participation of citizens in issues affecting the health, environment, and economy of the Northwest particularly as it affects Hanford.
Los Alamos National Laboratory is a premier national security research institution, delivering scientific and engineering solutions for the nation's most crucial and complex problems. Our primary responsibility is ensuring the safety, security, and reliability of the nation's nuclear deterrent.
The Los Alamos of today emphasizes worker safety, effective operational safeguards & security, and environmental stewardship, while outstanding science remains the foundation of the Laboratory.
In addition to supporting the Lab's core national security mission, our work advances bioscience, chemistry, computer science, earth and environmental sciences, materials science, and physics disciplines.
A myriad of information on all topics related to nuclear weapons. Nuclear Weapons: History, Technology, and Consequences in Historic Documents, Photos, and Videos
Ecology's Nuclear Waste Program focuses on keeping people and the environment safe from the dangers of mixed radioactive and chemically hazardous waste by overseeing the U.S. Department of Energy's Hanford cleanup activities, regulating mixed wastes at the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard complex, and regulating commercial nuclear facilities in the Tri-Cities area.

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