This film examines the existential danger of meltdown from the continued operation of the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant, it’s radioactive legacy, and the ongoing negative health impacts caused by federally-approved radiation releases during “normal” operations. In 2016 the California State Lands Commission (SLC) opted to give Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) a new […]
CLOSE DIABLO CANYON CAMPAIGN
End nuclear power in California once and for all.
Why close diablo canyon?
The last remaining nuclear power plant in California is located near Avila Beach in San Luis Obispo County on the pristine central coast, just upwind of some of the best agricultural land in the world. It sits near 13 active earthquake fault lines in an historic tsunami zone and poses a risk for a Fukushima-style disaster. Our research suggests it may be sickening and killing residents who live in the surrounding area. It must be closed now.
We team up with local and national groups to build on the already significant pressure to close the Diablo Canyon plant.
WATCH: california’s fukushima
RECENT VICTORY: SAN ONOFRE CLOSED
The World Business Academy has worked tirelessly to hold Southern California Edison accountable for the extreme danger and extraordinary price tag of its faulty nuclear power plant in San Diego County. As the only business group representing ratepayers in the oversight hearings at the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), our contribution was unique and powerful.