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France to pay nuclear test compensation

BBC News Nearly 40 years after the first of its 210 nuclear tests, France is preparing to compensate people affected by the fallout. The move leaves the UK isolated in its policy of rejecting ... read more

Senate Energy bill may lend 'strong statement' of support

(06/12/2009) Katherine Ling, E&E reporter Senate Republicans may finally get a nuclear amendment in the comprehensive energy bill, albeit without the substance they had aimed for. Energy and ... read more

Radioactive Revival in New Mexico

June 10, 2009, The Nation, by Shelley Smithson Mitchell Capitan points to a flock of sheep grazing in the shadow of a sandstone mesa. The sheep belong to Capitan's family, along with a few head of ... read more

Clean the Dirty Energy Bills

By Marcy Winograd, 6/9/09/ The Clean Energy bills navigating their way through the Senate and House sound good at first glance. Consider the sales pitch: * Create clean energy ... read more

Leak, cover-up at U.K. reactor could have led to radioactive fire

Linda Gunter (Beyond Nuclear Bulletin) June 12, 2009 Leak, cover-up at U.K. reactor could have led to radioactive fire: catastrophe averted by luck and laundryman

Ani DeFranco: "The Atom"

This track is on Ani's new album Red Letter Year Ani DiFranco - The Atom (03.11.2008) Tampa the glory of the atom begs a reverent word the ... read more

Five Free Market Priorities for a Nuclear Energy Renaissance

June 9, 2009 by Jack Spencer and Nicolas Loris, for the Heritage Foundation Energy policy, especially targets for lower carbon dioxide emissions, has emerged as a priority for Congress and the ... read more