Who Should Pay for Turkey Point Shutdown - FPL or You?

November 6, 2008 BY JOHN DORSCHNER jdorschner@MiamiHerald.com In March 2006, a tiny hole -- a mere one-eighth of an inch -- was discovered in a critical pipe at the Turkey Point nuclear power ... read more

A Chicago Area Electoral Victory Says "No We Won't" to Nuke Power

November 6, 2008 Huffington Post - by Harvey Wasserman As the world media filled with the victory of Barack Obama, a defeat for atomic power in his own back yard sent a Solartopian message to ... read more

Greens Oppose New Push for Nuclear Power

Eco-Action Committee of the Green Party - U.S The Green Party of the United States' Eco-Action Committee calls on all Americans to reject McCain's and Obama's reckless proposals for new nuclear power ... read more

Nukenomics - No Longer Add Up

November 1, 2008 OneWorld.net - by Brittany Schell WASHINGTON - Nuclear power is a risky source of energy that comes with many hidden costs, said an environmental analyst and long-time leader in ... read more

Is Nuclear Power Green?

October 30, 2008 Rachel's Democracy & Health News #983 By Peter Montague We are told that nuclear power is about to achieve a "green renaissance," "clean coal" is just ... read more

The Flawed Economics of Nuclear Power

October 28, 2008 Copyright © 2008 Earth Policy Institute Lester R. Brown Over the last few years the nuclear industry has used concerns about climate change to argue for a nuclear revival.

Florida Rail Service to Run on Biodiesel

October 31, 2008 By CLIFFORD KRAUSS A Florida commuter rail service will move passengers using palm and soy oil-based biodiesel. Biodiesel is making commuter rail traffic in south Florida a ... read more

Solar Gold Rush is Spreading from CA to NJ

(commentary) October 30, 2008 Dara Colwell Solar power is exploding in America, particularly in California.

Swedish Nuclear Plant Posted Cleaners as Guards

October 30, 2008 The Associated Press By LOUISE NORDSTROM, Associated Press Writer Managers of an atomic power plant in Sweden used janitors to guard the facility when the alarm system was ... read more

Feds Switches General Contractor at Yucca Mountain

October 30, 2008 LAS VEGAS (The Associated Press) The federal government is switching the main contractor for the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste project.