Stresses In Damaged Reactors Could Effect Decommissioning

http://www.mothersalert.org/wigner.html Trouble in Store -- The Wigner Effect Stresses lurking in damaged reactors could scupper plans to dismantle them

estimated cost of new nuclear power plants has tripled in the past few years

Cost of nuclear plant fuels battle - Price of new plants in North and South Carolina would be ammunition for opponents -- if utilities didn't hold info close News Observer, April 24, 2008 by John ... read more

Making YOU Pay for the Next Chernobyls….in Advance!!

By Harvey Wasserman    Are you ready to pay for the next Chernobyls---in advance?  Are you willing to have nuclear power PREVENT a solution to the climate crisis?   Twenty-two years ago today, ... read more

House Questions California's Prohibition on New Nuclear Power Plants

Apr 23 - Knight Ridder Washington Bureau At a House Science and Technology Committee hearing Wednesday, expansion of nuclear power was viewed as an opportunity. Gone are the days when lawmakers ... read more

95 scientists call on U.S. to reduce nuclear stockpile

Friday, April 18, 2008 Winston-Salem ... read more

"Living on Earth": Transcript of story on Lieberman-Warner Global Warming Bill

A leading global warming bill in Congress is coming under fire from some who support action on climate change. Some environmental groups say the bill is too weak. And at least one candidate for ... read more

Navajo Nation Says "NO" to Uranium Mining

Published by SROmgmt. Navajo President Joe Shirley, Jr., tells congressional subcommittee Nation will not watch another generation harmed by uranium ... read more

Indonesia to build four nuclear power plants by 2025

JAKARTA, Mar 12, 2008 -- Xinhua  The Indonesian government plans to build four nuclear power plants by 2025 to meet electricity demand, an official said Wednesday. "If one nuclear power plant ... read more

Nuclear Energy Making Comeback Despite Doubts

Feb 18 - Sunday Gazette - Mail; Charleston, W.V.     Like it or not, the nukes are coming.     Driven by soaring energy demands, the high cost of gas and oil and worries about global ... read more

Greenpeace Flexes Muscles in Battle to Prevent More Nuclear Power Stations

Jan 07 - Western Mail A fresh legal challenge to a new generation of nuclear power stations is looming after pressure group Greenpeace said it was considering dragging the Government back to ... read more