As you are probably aware, the Ontario government’s plan to build new
reactors will block the long-term expansion of safer green energy
options, create radioactive wastes and impose Fukushima-type accident
risks on Canadian society for generations.
This is unacceptable when we have safe and affordable options.
By adding your voice to others opposing new reactors at Darlington, we can collectively tell our political leaders that We Choose Green Energy.
If you’d like to learn more about the hazards of building new reactors at Darlington or updates on the work to stop Darlington, please visit http://stopdarlington.org
If you have questions about the Declaration, please feel free to contact me at: francisca . catana @ greenpeace . org
Thanks for your support building a greener future for Ontario and Canada.
Volunteer/Climate and Energy Intern
francisca . catana @ greenpeace . org
The Darlington Declaration is a project of: Bruce Peninsula Environmental Group, Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment, Canadian Coalition For Nuclear Responsibility, Canadian Environmental Law Association, Citizens Environmental Alliance of Southwestern Ontario, Code Pink Toronto, Code Pink Canada, Council of Canadians, East Toronto Climate Action Group, Greenpeace Canada, Greenspiration, Inter-Church Uranium Committee Educational Co-operative, International Institute of Concern for Public Health, Just One World, Northwatch, Ontario Sustainable Energy Association, Physicians for Global Survival, Provincial Council of Women of Ontario, Toronto Hiroshima Day Coalition, Mouvement Vert Mauricie, Safe and Green Energy Peterborough, Sierra Club Canada, Toronto Environmental Alliance, University of Toronto Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work PhD Student Association, and Voice of Women for Peace.