The goal of the Carbon-Free Nuclear-Free project is to eliminate U.S. greenhouse gas emissions from burning fossil fuels by promoting a zero-CO2 economy in the U.S., and to and to lay out a roadmap to achieve this as soon as is technically and economically practical, without resorting to nuclear power. It will take an integrated and comprehensive solution, as the issues of climate change, nuclear weapons proliferation, and security of oil supplies are intimately connected.

Inspired by the 2007 book Carbon-Free and Nuclear-Free: A Roadmap for U.S. Energy Policy, state-efforts are currently leading the way. See below for additional reports, op-eds, testimony, and more resources related to Carbon-Free Nuclear-Free.

State-level Carbon-Free Nuclear-Free Reports

Technical Reports

Testimony and technical comments

Related Science for Democratic Action Issues

Related Energy & Security Issues


News Articles and Commentary


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