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
Moscow, RUSSIA
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
Kyoto, JAPAN
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
Washington, DC
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
Berkeley, CA
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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