Organizations, agencies and start-ups we like.
An environmental groups that wants to help lift the world's poor out of poverty while keeping the planet healthy. They strongly advocate for nuclear power, and spend much of their efforts trying to keep nuclear plants from closing.
A political advocacy group that aims to create a youthful generation of nuclear power activists. Pioneers of the mobile app "Atomic Action" that makes it easy to get involved.
This is a clean energy advocacy group started by two concerned engineer mothers. They wish to see nuclear power used as a means to protect their children's future.
Next-generation environmental think tank that promotes ecomodernism. Nuclear energy is one of their favorite tools.
Based in Australia, this organization promotes the idea that nuclear power is a tool we can use to ease pressure on the environment. They are very involved in trying to end the nuclear power ban in Australia.
An organization that advocates nuclear energy use to lift people out of poverty and protect the natural world.
(National Aeronautics and Space Administration) The most powerful space agency in the world. Spends time exploring the universe and monitoring our warming planet; promotes the use of nuclear energy.
(National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) The main government agency that focuses on our atmosphere and oceans, and providing critical information about our changing climate. They are part of the Department of Commerce.
(Intergovenmental Panel on Climate Change) The United Nations' authority on global climate change. IPCC realizes nuclear power must be part of the solution.
(International Atomic Energy Agency) Also known as "Atoms for Peace," this United Nations agency promotes the safe, secure, and peaceful use of nuclear technologies.
(United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission) The official American federal organization that ensures the safe use of radioactive materials for industrial purposes.
An organization that promotes the importance of nuclear energy and nuclear technology to government officials and agencies.
A not-for-profit, international, scientific and educational organization that recognizes the need to unify the professional activities within the various fields of nuclear science and technology.
(Canadian Nuclear Association) A non-profit organization that represents the nuclear industry in Canada and promote the development and growth of nuclear technologies for peaceful purposes.
An organization that sheds light on the economic necessity of clean, plentiful, carbon-free energy, and that nuclear is an often ignored solution.