Nevada officials rally against Yucca Mountain repository

LAS VEGAS (The Associated Press) - May 28         Nevada officials rallied against plans for licensing a national nuclear waste dump at Yucca Mountain, while Republican presidential ... read more

Europe Going Nuclear Despite Warnings

Published on Monday, May 26, 2008 by Inter Press Service by Zoltán Dujisin

Twenty Percent Wind by 2030: Not If, but When

Published on Monday, May 19, 2008 by The Boulder Daily Camera by Anne B. Butterfield This week the Department of Energy released a study showing how wind energy can supply 20 percent of our ... read more

Subsidies for wind power pale beside subsidies for nuclear

Who's zooming who? Posted by Charles Komanoff 

Solar Valley Rises in an Overcast Land

May 16, 2008 By MARK LANDLER THALHEIM, Germany - This sad stretch of eastern Germany, with its deserted coal mines and corroded factories, epitomizes post-industrial gloom. It is a place ... read more

Hawaii Passes Landmark Solar Roofs Bill

The Hawaii state legislature passed a landmark measure on May 1 that would make the state the first in the nation to require solar water heaters as a standard feature on all new homes. The solar ... read more

Joseph Egan, Fought Nuclear Industry; Dead at 53

May 13th, 2008 Dear Readers, Joseph Egan, a lawyer for numerous radiation victims, has died of cancer at age 53. In 2002 the state of Nevada hired Egan's law firm to head up the legal fight ... read more

Going Nuclear: What To Do With the Waste?

From the Wall Street Journal blog. Posted by Keith Johnson http://blogs.wsj.com/environmentalcapital/2008/04/29/going-nuclear-what-to-do-with-the-waste/?mod=WSJBlog Nuclear power's renaissance ... read more

Act now to stop nuke amdts to Senate climate bill

SENATE CLIMATE CHANGE BILL COULD GIVE BILLIONS OF TAXPAYER DOLLARS TO THE NUCLEAR POWER INDUSTRY   YOUR CALLS NOW CAN STOP THIS, AND HELP PAVE THE WAY FOR CLEAN, SAFE AND AFFORDABLE SOLUTIONS TO ... read more

New Wave of Nuclear Plants Faces High Costs

By REBECCA SMITH May 12, 2008 The Wall Street Journal A new generation of nuclear power plants is on the drawing boards in the U.S., but the projected cost is causing some sticker shock: $5 billion ... read more