My guest on the Earth Guardian is Jack Gibbons, Chair of the Ontario Clean Air Alliance, a coalition of individuals and approximately 90 organizations (health, environmental, faith communities, municipalities, utilities, unions, and corporations) that represent over six million supporters). The Clean Air Alliance was established in 1997 to achieve the phase-out of dirty coal-fired power plants and move towards a renewable electricity future. The Clean Air Alliance has a campaign to “Stop a $35 Billion Nuclear Handout” targeted to the Premier and the Leader of the Opposition of Ontario. Why are they conducting this campaign? What does the Clean Air Alliance hope to achieve?