Category Archives: PG&E

“Hole in the Head” exhibition at Sonoma State University

The exhibition Hole in the Head: The Battle for Bodega Bay and the Birth of the Environmental Movement presents the dramatic story that involved a remarkable array of people, including scientists, students, atomic energy commissioners, communists, libertarians, ranchers, a museum director, Pacific Gas and Electric, government officials from the state and local level, the Sierra…
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50 Years Ago, the Anti-Nuclear Movement Scored Its First Major Victory in CA

[caption id="attachment_2982" align="alignleft" width="300"] Hole in the Head photo by Woody Hastings[/caption] An interview with Bill Kortum, who helped lead the opposition to a nuke plant at Bodega Bay by Woody Hastings Fifty years ago, on October 30, 1964, the American environmental movement scored a major victory when California utility Pacific Gas & Electric said…
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