Yes, there is Seabrook’s License Amendment Request, and of course the core work of our real-time monitoring. But C-10 is also engaged in an array of projects to educate the public about what it means to live near a nuclear plant. We are working to create new print and online resources and plan a series of talks including topics such as evacuation planning and health impacts of ionizing radiation.
Do you have a few hours a week or month to contribute to the effort? Know a high school or college student looking for experience? Please contact Natalie Treat, Executive Director at firstname.lastname@example.org to get involved. Whatever your talents, we can find a way to use them!