2013 marks the 35th anniversary of Nuclear Information and Resource Service
(NIRS). We were founded to be the national information and networking
center for citizens and environmental activists concerned about nuclear
power, radioactive waste, radiation and sustainable energy issues.
We still fulfill that core function, but have expanded both programatically
and geographically. We initiate large-scale organizing and public education
campaigns on specific issues, such as preventing construction of new reactors,
radioactive waste transportation, deregulation of radioactive materials,
and more. Our international programs and affiliation with WISE
(World Information Service on Energy) means that our network spans
more than a dozen offices and programs across the globe
NIRS relies on activism and contributions from citizens across the world
to support our efforts for a nuclear-free planet and a sustainable energy
future. During 2013, NIRS has launched a new three-year capacity-building plan designed to bolster our ability to serve a new global generation of activists, raised on the internet, social networking and ever more mobile and instant means of communication, that has emerged from the rubble of Fukushima. You can read this plan here.
We hope you'll help. Please join
our e-mail Alert list and we’ll keep you informed about ways
you can make a difference in our energy and climate future.
And please join Bonnie Raitt, Jackson Browne, the Indigo Girls, Ani DiFranco,
The Fray, Bob Weir, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Guster, Ed Begley, Jr., James
Cromwell, Graham Nash and other well-known and lesser-known but vital
NIRS supporters and contribute financially and/or with your time. NIRS
is a 501(c)(3) organization; donations are tax-deductible in the U.S.
You can mail your contribution to NIRS, 6930 Carroll Avenue, Suite 340,
Takoma Park, MD 20912, or donate via credit card by clicking on the Donate
Now link at the top of this page.
If you would like any further information about NIRS, please don't hesitate
to call 301-270-NIRS (301-270-6477); fax: 301-270-4291, or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org