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Nukewatch is a Wisconsin-based environmental and peace action group, dedicated to the abolition of nuclear power, weapons and continued radioactive waste production. Nukewatch brings critical attention to the locations, movements, dangers, and the politics of nuclear weapons and dangerous wastes. Staff and volunteers advocate Gandhian nonviolence in education and action, and report on nuclear issues in the Nukewatch Quarterly newsletter.

Nukewatch began in 1979 in response to the cold war build up of nuclear weapons and the secrecy surrounding the nuclear industry. Nukewatch conducted TrackWatch; a program to monitor and expose secret shipments of radioactive waste on U.S. rails; TruckWatch, the transportation of H-bombs and component parts in unmarked trucks by the DOE; Nukewatch mapped all 1,000 land-based nuclear missile silos for educational and organizing purposes. Nukewatch has a long history of successful grassroots organizing across the nation.

Nukewatch organized -- for 13 years -- two to four activities each year at the Navy's Project ELF in northern Wisconsin in opposition to this first-strike nuclear war communication system. It closed on September 30, 2004.

Nukewatch monitors the transportation of radioactive waste around the country and around the world on an on-going basis.  

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Nukewatch Testifies at Canadian Hearings on Great Lakes Nuclear Waste Dump:

On September 24, 2013, at the invitation of the Ontario Clean Air Alliance, Nukewatch's John LaForge joined dozens of citizens from Canada and the US in testifying against the Ontario government's consideration of plans to bury radioactive waste one mile from the shore of Lake Huron. Canada is the only country in the world studying such a risk so near to a body of drinking water. Public hearings were held in Kincardine, Ontario near the Bruce reactor complex, one of the largest in the world. John's full statement to the "Deep Geologic Repository Joint Review Panel" is posted as a Word document below as well as in full video form.

Testimony on Great Lakes Nuclear Waste Dump by John LaForge, September 24, 2013 (Word Doc)


Disarmament Activists "Guilty" of Sabotage:

(Word documents)

Nuclear Weapons and the Rule of Law Cannot Coexist
 By Anabel Dwyer

The Mixed-up Trial of the Transform Now Plowshares
   By Anabel Dwyer

Defense Case Denied for Nuclear Weapons Protesters
   By John LaForge

Kangaroo Court Looming for Nuclear Weapons Critics
   By John LaForge

Nuclear Weapons Spoilers Sentenced to Long Prison Terms
   By John LaForge


German 'Bomb Sharing' Confronted with Defiant 'Instruments of Disarmment'

By John LaForge

Germany's Tornado jet fighter bombers (pictured) carry U.S. nuclear weapons -- the 'B-61 Mod 11' gravity H-bomb  -- and German pilots are trained to drop them in the event of a presidential order.




Inhuman Radiation Experiments

By John LaForge


Shocking new video of Japanese Tsunami


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