Council for a Livable World
Council for a Livable World is a Washington, D.C.-based non-profit, non-partisan advocacy organization dedicated to reducing the danger of nuclear weapons and increasing national security. Our mission is to advocate for sensible national security policies and to help elect congressional candidates who support them.
Releases by this organization
Monday, May 14, 2012
Groups Call on White House To Update Outdated Nuclear Policy, Deliver Petition with 50,000 Signatures
Representatives of various groups advocating nuclear arms reduction, presented a petition with over 50,000 signatures to the White House. The petition urges President Obama to reduce the role and number of nuclear weapons as he makes a once-in-a-decade decision on the Presidential nuclear weapons policy “guidance.”
Wednesday, April 01, 2009
Gary Hart Praises Obama-Medvedev Commitment to New Nuclear Treaty
Former Senator Gary Hart, chairman of Council for a Livable World, today praised Presidents Barack Obama and Dmitriy Medvedev for their commitment to negotiate a new legally-binding treaty to replace the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START), which expires in December. Last month, Senator Hart issued the final report of The Commission on U.S. Policy toward Russia, a group he co-chaired with Senator Chuck Hagel. The Commission called for a new nuclear arms treaty between the United States and Russia.