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AKelloggSan Luis Obispo Mothers for Peace is a non-profit organization concerned with the local dangers involving the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant, and with the dangers of nuclear power, weapons and waste on national and global levels. Additionally, Mothers for Peace works to promote peace and a nuclear-free, carbon-free world, utilizing conservation and sustainable resources.



on January 23rd to CLOSE DIABLO!


On Friday, January 23, at 9 am, Sawada-Shonin, Buddhist monk, will begin a peaceful and prayerful 12 mile walk from the gates of Diablo Canyon to San Luis Obispo County Courthouse. He is part of an order working for a nuclear-free world.

The gates of Diablo are near Harford Pier, at the end of Avila Road just west of Hwy 101.  The Courthouse is at 1050 Monterey St., San Luis Obispo. There are parking structures nearby on Palm Street. Those wanting to join Sawada at the Courthouse should check after 4 pm, an estimate of his arrival time.




December 29, 2014 marked the closure of Vermont Yankee Nuclear Reactor!  And there are more to come!


The Japanese nuclear industry has announced it will permanently close 5 more of its remain 48 "operable" nuclear reactors by March 2015!

Read more:



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Fall 2014

Mothers for Peace is working to make EPA's "Clean Power Plan" truly clean!

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On December 1, 2014, Attorney Diane Curran submitted comments on this plan on behalf of thirty-two national and regional environmental organizations and Texas State Representative Lou Burnam. Read the comments here.

Sam Blakeslee Criticizes PG&E's Seismic Safety Report

December 3, 2014: Sam Blakeslee severely criticizes PG&E's report on the seismic safety of Diablo Canyon at a Hearing called by Senator Barbara Boxer. Blakeslee is the former leader of the California State Senate and earned a Ph.D. from University of California, Santa Barbara for his research in seismic scattering, micro-earthquake studies, and fault-zone attenuation.

Read his complete statement.


Diablo Canyon in Peril?

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Former Nuclear Regulatory Commission senior resident inspector at Diablo Canyon, Dr. Michael Peck, argues that the plant should be shut down until

PG&E can prove that the reactors can withstand potential earthquakes from the nearby faults.


8/25/14 AP report: The Associated Press.

Dr. Peck's Differing Professional Opinion: document

Friends of the Earth:

FOE's petition


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Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution is analyzing samples of seawater, looking for radioactive contaminants from Fukushima.

Mothers for Peace is sponsoring sample collections at Pismo Beach.  Results from the first sample date (February 9, 2014) show Cs134 below detection. You can find all current results at



Watch "The Nuclear Fuel Chain - A Primer"



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San Luis Obispo Mothers for Peace
P.O. Box 3608
San Luis Obispo, CA 93403
(805) 773-3881