W. Alton Jones Foundation
Secure World Program
1994 Grants to Eliminate Plutonium
- Center for Arms Control, Energy and Environmental Studies * Mar 1994 - $51,690
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
- To analyze technical and security policy issues raised by nuclear weapons reductions in the U.S. and Russia, and to identify policy options on arms control and nonproliferation.
- Citizens' Coalition Against the Plutonium Fast-Breeder Program * Nov 1994 - $100,000
A project of the Public Media Center
- To conduct public education on Japan's plutonium utilization programs and to promote the involvement of Japanese citizens in nuclear nonproliferation issues.
- Committee to Bridge the Gap * Mar 1994 - $80,000
Los Angeles, CA
- To assess the proliferation and nuclear terrorism implications of emerging nuclear technologies and to encourage new technologies that deter proliferation.
- Institute for Energy and Environmental Research * Mar 1994 - $125,000
Takoma Park, MD
- To heighten awareness of the dangers of plutonium and the need to treat it as a waste.
- Nuclear Control Institute * Nov 1994 - $275,000 over 2 years
- To eliminate civilian use of plutonium and highly enriched uranium, dispose of nuclear warhead plutonium, and identify and reduce the risks of nuclear terrorism.
- Plutonium Free Future * Jul 1994 - $30,000
A Project of INOCHI
- For public education in Japan and the U.S. about the environmental, health, and proliferation implications of Japan's plutonium utilization program, and to urge halt to this program.
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