(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

The Science of Denial

NY Times EDITORIAL June 4, 2008 The Bush administration has worked overtime to manipulate or conceal scientific evidence - and muzzled at least one prominent scientist - to justify its failure ... read more

Going green seen as job aid: 340,000 state workers would benefit, report

Jun 3 - McClatchy-Tribune Regional News Joel Dresang - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel     Increased investment in energy efficiency and alternative fuels would benefit more than 340,000 Wisconsin ... read more

Nevada promises fight over federal nuclear dump application

LAS VEGAS (The Associated Press) - Jun 3 By KEN RITTER Associated Press Writer     Nevada opponents said they're primed to test Energy Secretary Samuel Bodman's claim that an application ... read more

Nuclear Energy Votes Could Doom Senate Climate Change Legislation

CQ TODAY PRINT EDITION  ENERGY June 3, 2008  9:28 p.m. By Avery Palmer and Coral Davenport, CQ Staff Sponsors of the Senate's climate change legislation have prepared a nuclear energy amendment ... read more

Historic Yucca Mountain Dump License Application Filed with NRC

DOE news release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Tuesday, June 3, 2008 NEWS MEDIA CONTACT:  Angela Hill, (202) 586-4940  DOE Marks Milestone in Submitting Yucca Mountain License Application

Nuclear bomb

Nuclear energy, the sequel, is opening to raves by everybody from John McCain to a Greenpeace co-founder. Don't be fooled. It's the "Ishtar" of power generation. By Joseph Romm Jun. 02, ... read more

Coming June 3: The Twin Towers of Internet Censorship and Atomic Reactor Terror

Published on Monday, June 2, 2008 by www.CommonDreams.org by Harvey Wasserman US Senators John McCain and Joe Lieberman are linking Internet censorship with atomic power in a way that should ... read more

Climate Enters Debate Over Nuclear Power

The New York Times May 30, 2008 By KATE GALBRAITH