John Laforge

John LaForge is a Co-director of Nukewatch, a peace and environmental justice group in Wisconsin, and edits its newsletter.

Accidental Apocalypse and Nuclear War on Drugs

Fukushima at Ten: Aftershocks, Lies, and Failed Decontamination

Treaty Banning the Ultimate Weapon of Mass Destruction Enters into Force

Court Orders Veterans Affairs Department to Replace Flawed Science in Plutonium Disaster Case

Air Force Veterans of Plutonium Dust Disaster Win Class Action Standing

White House Gangster Wants to Avoid Nuclear-Armed Stigma

White House Gangster Wants to Avoid Nuclear-Armed Stigma

Germany: US Nuclear Weapons Shamed in Nationwide Debate

USAF Vet Could Face ‘20 Days for 20 Bombs’ for Protest Against US H-Bombs Stationed in Germany

Federal Appeal Courts Agree: Facts About Nuclear Weapons Can be Hidden from Juries in Protest Cases

First US Citizen Convicted for Protests at Nuclear Weapons Base in Germany

Trump’s Ministry of No Information

Is Emergency Evacuation from Seabrook Reactor Even Possible? Public Hearings Demanded

Chernobyl’s Deadly Effects Estimates Vary

Nuclear Power Can’t Survive, Much Less Slow Climate Disruption

Gerd Büntzly, Crime Fighter

Loudmouths against Nuclear Lawlessness

Worse than Obsolete: NATO Creates Enemies

Cold War Killer Blow Back

Woolsey Fire Started at Santa Susana Field Lab — Site of “[fourth] largest release of iodine-131 in the history of nuclear power”

Woolsey Fire Burns Toxic Santa Susana Reactor Site

Nuclear Weapons Ban Treaty Could Become Law Next Year

Presidential Nuclear Nonsense

White House Radiation: Weakened Regulations Would Save Industry Billions

Help Stop Radioactive Waste Dump and Thousands of Dangerous Shipments Across the US