Salt Lake City, UT – Today the Utah Division of Air Quality and the Air Quality Board heard from clean air advocates calling for strengthened
Statement from Lexi Tuddenham, Executive Director of The Healthy Environment Alliance of Utah (HEAL Utah), about the recent decision from the Salt Lake County Council regarding a proposed mine in Parleys Canyon.
STATEMENT: APRIL 5, 2022 HEAL Utah supports the recent decision from The Salt Lake County Council to amend current ordinances halting further progress of the
RELEASE: ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY AWARDS SALT LAKE-BASED NONPROFIT $200,000 FOR ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE PROGRAM
SALT LAKE COUNTY — The Healthy Environment Alliance of Utah (HEAL Utah), a local environmental policy nonprofit, has been awarded $200,000 from the Environmental Protection
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leadership at a complex intersection requires a conscientious community perspective that prioritizes observing similarities and differences between the members of a group. Unidxs (pronounced Oo-knee-dex) stands up to fill this need as a community council of Latinx/Xicanx individuals.
The meltdown of the Fukushima nuclear power plant in 2011 essentially put the nail in the coffin of the construction of big nuclear power plants with similar technologies in the U.S., according to nuclear proponents and watchdogs. That disaster, along with earlier accidents, ongoing delays and cost overruns at the Vogtle nuclear plant in Georgia, has added to the tailwinds of taking the nuclear technology known as small modular reactors, or SMRs, to market.
The history of nuclear power has been a trail of broken promises from 1971, when the Washington Public Power Supply System’s abandoned Hanford nuclear plant project became the largest municipal bond default in history, to the VC Summer project in South Carolina, which was abandoned in 2017 after the project budget doubled to $25 billion and the scheduled completion date slipped from 2016 to 2024.