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March 30, 2011

A Calendar of Errors

Last week marked the 22nd anniversary of the Exxon Valdez oil disaster. Earlier this week marked the anniversary of the Three Mile Island disaster. PBS Newshour aired this story last night from the Chernobyl disaster site; April 26 will make it 25 years since that happened. Last year's heartbreaking BP Oil Disaster happened April 20.

Have you ever noticed that the solar, wind, and geothermal sectors don't have disaster anniversaries?

Visit the Sierra Club's action center to show your support for clean, renewable, and safe energy. For all the news, video, and facts on nuclear, click here.

-- Brian Foley


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