Raising the voice of those who live in the shadow of our country's nuclear industry.

The Yucca Mountain area would bring the country's hazardous nuclear waste to Nevada - putting communities along the transportation route and in Nevada at risk.

The Yucca Mountain area would bring the country's hazardous nuclear waste to Nevada - putting communities along the transportation route and in Nevada at risk.

 

We can build a future that is carbon-free, nuclear-free and build a world that does not live under the threat of nuclear war.

Founded in 1987 under the name Military Production Network, the Alliance for Nuclear Accountability (ANA) is a network of 35 local, regional and national organizations representing the concerns of communities in the shadows of the U.S. nuclear weapons sites and radioactive waste dumps. We have effectively worked to open up the operations of the U.S. Department of Energy to help shut down polluting, obsolete and unsafe facilities, work to stop the spread of nuclear power, and to stop nuclear weapons testing as well as the construction of many new bomb production plants.

 

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 Because of its national network and, particularly, the location of ANA grassroots groups, the ANA is uniquely positioned to hold the Department of Energy accountable at its nuclear weapons facilities.Campaigns which stopped new production facilities such as reactors,reprocessing plants, and a plutonium isotope separators were anchored by ANA member groups. We have worked together with others to stop nuclear testing and to try to bring some sanity and accountability to U.S. clean up, waste management and warhead dismantlement programs. 

ANA's strength is in our shared experience and our collective vision. We will build upon the momentum of the past several years and continue to provide leadership both locally and nationally.


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