The World Business Academy asked the California Supreme Court on Monday July 23, to weigh in on its lawsuit to force Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) to study the environmental and human health dangers stemming from continued operation of the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant in Avila Beach. The Academy filed a Petition for Review […]
By Jerry B. Brown, Ph.D., Director, Safe Energy Project I first learned about “the secret legacy of the Nuclear Age” from epidemiologist Jay Gould in the winter of 1997. With Ernest Sternglass, a radiation physicist, Dr. Gould founded the Radiation and Public Health Project (RPHP) to investigate the impact of cumulative doses of low-level radiation […]
Academy files reply brief with the Court of Appeals We are pressing forth with our lawsuit seeking an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) to address the significant environmental and human health dangers that will result from continued operation of the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant near San Luis Obispo. We filed a Reply Brief earlier on February 16th […]
Our safe energy initiative team is committed to the pursuing the decommissioning of existing nuclear power plants such as Diablo Canyon and finding feasible solutions for the permanent disposal of radioactive waste. As outlined in our video, an important part of securing a clear energy present and future is coming to terms with the events of Fukushima and how we can […]
We don’t give up easily, especially when it comes to the incredibly dangerous Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant near San Luis Obispo. The World Business Academy has decided to appeal the ruling against our lawsuit seeking an Environmental Impact Report to address the significant environmental and human health dangers that would result from continued operation […]
Update: As of mid October, 2015, this video has received nearly 170,000 hits on the UCSB TV website. Academy President Rinaldo S. Brutoco presents “Nuclear Power: A Mistake in Search of a Mission,” at the University of California Santa Barbara’s Walter H. Capps Center for the study of ethics, religion and public life. Brutoco mentions […]
From a business perspective, private investors should be seen as the ultimate ”referees” on competing energy choices, using informed diligence and prudent criteria to determine which energy technologies can compete in the market with the best chance of generating revenues and profits. As Amory Lovins points out, the capital markets have already spoken. Private investors and project finance lenders have flatly rejected large base-load nuclear power plants and have enthusiastically embraced supply-side competitors, decentralized cogeneration, and renewables.
Dr. Deepak Chopra was the honored guest of the World Business Academy on March 28, 2014 at the Arlington Theatre in Santa Barbara, CA. He and Academy President Rinaldo Brutoco discussed Dr. Chopra’s pioneering work in consciousness, the links with the Academy’s pioneering work on safe energy production and the shared goal of 100% renewable […]
Update (April 30, 2014): The San Luis Obispo Health Department has taken issue with our original findings in the report below. We have answered their criticisms point by point in an extended rebuttal: Reply to San Luis Obispo County Health Department — Today the World Business Academy officially releases a report on striking negative health trends […]
Study: Nuclear Reactors Are Toxic to Surrounding Areas, Especially With Age By Candice Bernd, Truthout.org, March 11, 2014 (This article is republished with permission from Truthout.org) A study released last week shows that public health in the communities surrounding California’s Diablo Canyon power plant in San Luis Obispo County declined dramatically after the plant was built. […]
The nuclear power industry is having its roughest time since reactors were first conceived in the 1950s, however recent major media stories make one think that all is rosy.
Rachel Maddow does a great job explaining just some of the major concerns with the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant on California’s central coast.