1608 Isleta Boulevard SW
Albuquerque, NM 87105
Tel. 505/452-9387; Fax 505/452-9554
P.O.Box 238 / 106 Dona Luz
Taos, NM 87571
505/758-3874; Fax: 505/758-7345
Protecting and restoring New Mexico's rivers since 1988.
Alliance for Nuclear Accountability
1914 N. 34th St., Suite 407
Seattle, WA 98103
Tel. 206/547.3175; Fax 206/547.7158
Washington, DC Office:
322 4th Street, NE
Washington, DC 20002
202/544-0217; Fax: 202/544-6143
A national network of organizations working to address issues of nuclear weapons production and waste cleanup.
Blue Ridge Environmental Defense League
PO Box 88
Glendale Springs, NC 28629
Tel. 336/982-2691; fax 336/982-2954
The Blue Ridge Environmental Defense League (BREDL) is a regional, community-based, non-profit environmental organization. Our founding principles are earth stewardship, environmental democracy, social justice, and community empowerment. Since 1984, BREDL has organized over 50 chapters in N.C., S.C., Virginia and Tennessee. Under the BREDL banner, thousands of concerned citizens have made their mark for environmental justice.
Carolina Peace Resource Center
305 S. Salvda Ave.
Columbia, SC 29205
Tel. 803/446-2772 (Liz Gordon) & 803/665-5683 (Michael Burke; Fax 803/252-3832
Carolina Peace Resource Center is an affiliate of the Fellowship
of Reconciliation and a member of Alliance for Nuclear Acountability.
Our programs include conflict resolution and mediation training,
community building, Alternatives to Violence Project, Listening
Projects, and a nuclear issues program which is focusing on Savanna
River Site oversight and disarmament through Abolition 2000.
Center for Defense Information
1779 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W.
Washington D.C. 20036-2109
202/332-0600; fax 202/462-4559
An independent monitor of the US military, its expenditures and activities.
P.O. Box 17173
Las Vegas, NV 89114
Tel. 702/796-5662; fax 702/796-4886
A grassroots environmental group working since 1975 to assure
public participation and government accountability on issues
that affect the land and people of Nevada.
Coalition for Health Concerns
10990 Ogden Landing Road
Kevil, KY 42053
Tel. 270/462-3495; fax 270/462-3495
We work on environmental education and environmental clean up issues including:
clean water, clean air, and nuclear and toxic waste.
Colorado Coalition for the Prevention of Nuclear War
351 East Allen Street #17
Castle Rock, CO 80108
Embudo Valley Environmental Monitoring Group
Focuses on the public and environmental safety issues related to air emissions generated by LANL activities.
For a Clean Tonawanda Site (F.A.C.T.S.)
263 Exchange St.
Alden, N.Y. 14004
An organization located in Western New York dedicated to the complete removal of Tonawanda's radioactive waste to a dry, secure site, much more suitable for the long-term management of these wastes.
Fernald Residents for Environmental Safety and Health,
10206 Crosby Road
Harrison, Ohio 45030
Tel. 513/738-8055; fax 513/738-8055
Formed to educate ourselves and the community about problems
at the Fernald site. We watchdog the activities of the Fernald
site and work for meaningful public participation throughout
the remediation process.
Global Resource Action Center for the Environment
215 Lexington Ave., Suite 1001
New York, NY 10016-6023
Tel. 212/726-9161; fax 212/726-9160
A not-for-profit organization committed to forming new links
between those engaged in research, policy, and grassroots community
work in order to promote solutions to preserve the future of
the planet and protect the quality of the environment.
Government Accountability Project
1511 Third Ave., Suite 321
Seattle, WA 98101
Tel. 206/292-2850; fax 206/292-0610
The mission of the Government Accountability Project is to
protect the public interest and promote government and corporate
accountability by advancing occupational free speech, defending
whistleblowers and empowering citizen activists.
Healthy Environment Alliance of Utah
68 S Main St
Salt Lake City, UT 84101
HEAL Utah is an alliance of citizens and organizations working together to protect the public from the risks of transporting, storing and disposing of both nuclear and toxic wastes.
Heart of America Northwest
1305 4th Avenue, #208
Seattle, WA 98101
Tel. 206/382-1014; fax 206/382-1148
We are the largest citizens' membership organization dedicated to the cleanup
of America's most contaminated land area: the Handford Nuclear Reservation.
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Institute for Energy and Environmental Research
6935 Laurel Ave., Suite 201
Takoma Park, Maryland, 20912 USA
Tel. 301/270-5500; Fax 301/270-3029
Dedicated to increasing public involvement in and control over environmental problems through the democratization of science.
Just Response is an online source for articles, statements and action items in response to the U.S. bombing in Afghanistan. Just Response is updated daily and provides resources for a just and effective response to terrorism.
Lawyer's Committee on Nuclear Policy
675 Third Avenue, Suite 315
New York, N.Y. 10017, USA
Tel. 212/818-1861; Fax 212/818-1857
The Lawyers' Committee on Nuclear Policy (LCNP) is a national nonprofit educational association that uses national and international law to promote peace and disarmament. LCNP has been a vital link between policy makers, legal scholars and activists.
Miamisburg Environmental Safety & Health
P.O. Box 773
Miamisburg, OH 45343
Tel. 937/748-4757; fax 937/748-0349
A watchdog for environment and health concerns for the public
and residents around the Mound Nuclear Weapons Facility.
National Environmental Coalition of Native Americans
P.O. Box 988 - Claremore Veterans Center
Claremore, OK 74018
405/567-4297; fax: 405/567-4297
Native American Environmentalists working to keep nuclear waste off Indian
Nuclear Age Peace Foundation
PMB 121, 1187 Coast Village Road, Suite 1
Santa Barbara, CA 93108-2794
805/965-3443; fax: 805/568-0466
The Nuclear Age Peace Foundation initiates and supports worldwide efforts
to abolish nuclear weapons, to strengthen international law and institutions,
to use technology responsibly and sustainably, and to empower youth to create
a more peaceful world.
Nuclear-Free Future Award
The Nuclear-Free Future Award is granted annually. It honors those who are struggling to make the world livable for the coming generations.
Nuclear Information and Resource Service
6930 Carroll Avenue, Suite 340
Takoma Park, MD 20912
Tel. 301/270-NIRS (301-270-6477); fax 301/270-4291
A Washington DC based information and networking center for citizens and environmental organizations concerned about nuclear power, radioactive waste, radiation, and sustainable energy issues.
Nuclear Waste Citizens Coalition
Las Vegas Office
P.O. Box 17173
Las Vegas, NV 89114
Tel. 702/796-5662; fax 702/796-3697
P.O. Box 5339
Reno, NV 89513
An organization which unites 18 different groups working on various aspects of the nuclear waste problem.
Nuclear Watch of New Mexico
551 W. Cordova Rd., #808
Santa Fe, NM 87505
505/989-7342; fax: 505/989-7352
The mission of Nuclear Watch of New Mexico is to provide timely
and accurate information to the public on nuclear issues in New
Mexico and the Southwest.
Oak Ridge Environmental Peace Alliance
PO Box 5743
Oak Ridge, TN 37831
865/483-8202; fax: 865/483-9725
We are a multi-disciplinary advocacy and activist organization
which monitors and addresses social and environmental issues
in the Upper Tennessee Valley and the Southern Appalachian Mountains.
Panhandle Area Neighbors and Landowners
18001 El Rancho Road
Panhandle, TX 79068-9602
806/335-1050 phone; fax: 806/335-3423
Our mission is to continue preservation of the irreplacable
resources of the Texas Panhandle, those being water, soil and
air, and to further educate the public on the liabilities and
risks involved in the missions of Pantex.
Partnership for Earth Spirituality
P.O. Box 6531
Albuquerque, NM 87197
An interfaith group of people working for care of God's creation through reflection, education and action.
Peace Action Education Fund
1100 Wayne Ave. Suite 1020
Silver Springs, MD 20910
Tel. 301/565-4050; fax 301/565-0850
Peace Action has a membership of over 60,000 persons, 27 State
affiliates, and 125 local chapters, making it the largest membership
and activist network of any peace and justice organization in
the country. Peace Action members work for policy changes in
Congress, state capitals, city halls and the United Nations.
188 Highway 60
Panhandle, TX 79068-9603
Tel. 806/341-4801; fax 806/341-4801
Our mission is to create an environment for peace through
peaceful means, to assert that peace can only exist where there
is justice, and to develop an ecological model for nonviolent
Physicians for Social Responsibility
1875 Connecticut Ave, Suite 1012
Washington, DC 20009
Tel. 202/667-4260; fax 202/667-4201
Physicians for Social Responsibility is working to create
a world free of nuclear weapons, global environmental pollution,
and gun violence.
Portsmouth/Piketon Residents for Environmental Safety
3706 McDermott Pond Creek
McDermott, OH 45652
Tel. 740/259-4688; fax 740/259-3912
To educate, organize and empower residents and workers affected
by the Piketon uranium enrichment site, and to represent their
interest in economic vitality, environmental quality, health,
justice and expanded job opportunities.
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Rio Grande Restoration
P.O. Box 1612
El Prado, NM 87529
Tel. 505/751-1269; Fax 505/751-1269
Focuses on the depletion of surface water on the Rio Grande.
Risk Assessment Corporation
417 Till Road
Neeses, SC 29107
Tel. 803/536-4883; Fax 803/534-1995
Committed to maintaining a leadership position in the fields of radiological and chemical risk assessment. RAC has overseen the risk assessment of the Cerro Grande fire at LANL and the CCNS Clean Air Act Audits.
Rocky Mountain Peace and Justice Center
PO Box 1156
Boulder, CO 80306
303/444-6981; fax: 303/444-6523
Rocky Mountain Peace Center has been a successful agent for social change
and justice for more than 10 years. RMPC has provided education, training
and leadership in areas such as nuclear disarmament, Central America, the
Gulf War, Native American issues, war tax resistance, prisoner rights, group
process, conflict resolution, peace keeper and civil disobedience training.
Nonviolence in action and spirit is at the center of all this work.
P.O. Box 1115
Salt Lake City, UT 84110
Tel. 801/533-0128; Fax 801/533-0129
Shundahai Network is dedicated to abolishing nuclear weapons worldwide, stopping
the ongoing dumping of "low-level" nuclear waste at the Nevada Test
Site, stopping plans to transport deadly "high-level" nuclear waste
to Yucca Mountain or any Native American land, and ensuring that Native American
voices and concerns are heard in the movement to influence U. S. nuclear policies.
Snake River Alliance
PO Box 1731
Boise, ID 83701
Tel. 208/344-9161; efax 703/997-7286
Snake River Alliance is an Idaho-based grassroots organization
which focuses its work on nuclear issues, most especially monitoring
activities at the Idaho National Engineering and Environmental
Southwest Research and Information Center
PO Box 4524
Albuquerque, NM 87106
Tel. 505/262-1862; fax 505/262-1864
Our mission is to provide timely, accurate information to the public on matters
that affect the environment, human health, and communities in order to protect
natural resources, promote citizen participation, and ensure environmental
and social justice now and for the future generations
The Sunshine Project
Project dedicated to eradicated bioweapons.
Communities Against a Radioactive Environment
2582 Old First Street
Livermore, CA 94551
925/443-7148; fax: 925/443-0177
Tri-Valley CAREs was founded in 1983 by local citizens concerned
that nuclear weapons work at the Lawrence Livermore and Sandia
Livermore Laboratories was impacting the environmental well-being
of our communities.
TEWA Women United
A civic group empowering women from the Northern New Mexico Pueblos.
Tex-New Mex. Radioactive Rangers
Committed to stopping the development of a nuclear corridor in west Texas and eastern New Mexico.
WebActive Directory of Activist Organizations
Contact WebActive at www.webactive.com/page/contact
New Media style directory of activist organizations.
Western Environmental Law Center
1216 Lincoln Street
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Tel. 541/485-2471; fax 485-2457
108B Civic Plaza Drive
P.O. Box 1507
Taos, New Mexico 87571
Tel. 505/751-0351; fax 751-1775
Rocky Mountains Office
679 East 2nd Ave., Suite 11B
Durango, CO 81301
Tel. 970/385-6941; fax 385-6804
A non profit, public interest law firm dedicated to protecting the land, sky, wildlife and culture of the West.
Western States Legal Foundation
1504 Franklin Street
Oakland, CA 94612
510/839-5877; fax: 510/839-5397
We are a non-profit, public interest organizaton which monitors,
analyzes, and challenges nuclear weapons programs at the Livermore,
Los Alamos, and Sandia National Laboratories and the Nevada Test
Women's Action for New Directions
691 Massachusetts Avenue
Arlington, MA 02476
781/643-6740; fax: 781/643-6744
Mission: To empower women to act politically to reduce militarism
and violence and to redirect excessive military spending to human
and environmental needs.
Working for Change, Global Affairs
Email your decisionmakers about pertinent issues regarding peace and justice, including the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty.
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