Al Gore Inches Toward Solartopia

Published on Saturday, July 19, 2008 by by Harvey Wasserman Bit by bit, Al Gore seems to be inching toward a Solartopian view of a future that must be completely sustainable in ... read more

Deadly Denial

July 22, 2008 By Laura Frank For sick nuclear workers, shifting rules form quagmire of despair.

State Panel Barred from Nuke Inspection

July 18, 2008 - Associated Press By Dave Gram, Associated Press Writer MONTPELIER, Vt. --The state Department of Public Service has declined to let  members of a panel created by the Legislature to ... read more

French Nuclear Firm Admits Nuclear Leaks at Two Plants

July 19 2008 - The Guardian By Angelique Chrisafis in Paris The French nuclear giant Areva yesterday confirmed there was a radioactive leak from a broken pipe at a nuclear fuel plant in ... read more

Amory Lovins: Expanding Nuclear Power Makes Climate Change Worse

July 16, 2008 - Democracy Now! There's one issue that President Bush and presidential hopefuls John McCain and Barack Obama all agree on: expanding the use of nuclear power.  Democracy Now! speaks ... read more

Total Nuke Dump Cost to Top $90 Billion

July 16, 2008 - The Associated Press By Erica Werner, Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON, DC - Turns out, it's going to cost taxpayers $32 billion more than first thought to open and operate the ... read more

Energy Department Faulted for Mishandling Hanford Nuclear Waste

July 14, 2008  - Environmental News Service The U.S. Department of Energy doesn't know enough about the condition and contents of millions of gallons of radioactive and hazardous wastes stored in ... read more

The old man who farms with the sea

July 10, 2008 - Los Angeles Times, COLUMN ONE Marla Dickerson, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer Carl Hodges is growing salicornia, a crop nourished by ocean water that holds the potential to ... read more


(June 4, 2008) - A number of environmental, science and public health groups today commended the Senate for beginning debate on the most comprehensive legislation to date addressing climate change ... read more

California School Sees Benefits of Solar Energy

California is home to some of the best solar resources in the U.S., a fact not lost on its residents and policy makers when it comes to adopting and supporting solar energy. One application for solar ... read more