Project Laundry List started when Middlebury College students, concerned about Hydro-Quebec’s plans for major dam projects and the expansion of nuclear power, started to hang political messages on a clothesline.
Poor Choices for Power
BIG HYDROELECTRIC DAMS
The International Rivers Network (IRN) is working to raise awareness among policy makers and the public that dams can be important emitters of greenhouse gases, and that climate change will have significant impacts on the safety and performance of dams.
Read Nuclear Power is Not the Answer by Helen Caldicott, MD.
Better Choices for Power
When Alexander Lee began Project Laundry List in 1995, he was a leading opponent of Hydro-Quebec’s major dam projects in the James Bay region of Northern Quebec.
Today, there are only a few stalwart activists paying attention to the plight of the great rivers in this region.
Thirst for Energy Fuels Controversial Power Project by Brian Mann of NPR
Fondation Rivières: (514) 272-2666
Anne-Marie Saint-Cerny, vice-présidente de la Fondation Rivières : (514) 910-1653
Daniel Green, Sierra Club of Canada: (514) 844-5477
Nicolas Boisclair, Révérence Rupert: (514) 267-3140
André Belisle, Association québécoise de lutte contre la pollution atmosphérique: (418) 642-1322
Charles-Antoine Drolet, Nature Québec/ UQCN: (418) 687-9394
John Burcombe, Mouvement Au courant: (514) 937-8283
Ronald O’Neary, Regroupement québécois des groupes écologistes (RQGE): (514) 392-0096
Bertie Wapache, Nemaska, 1-819-354-1549
Alexander Lee, the founder of Project Laundry List, stands by a cataract on the lower section of the Rupert River during his fourth paddling trip down the river.