Will Al Gore Help Shut the Nuke Power Loophole?

Published on Wednesday, April 2, 2008 by www.CommonDreams.org by Harvey Wasserman Today Al Gore is unveiling a massive campaign to fight climate chaos. But the hugely funded atomic power ... read more

Nuclear power and climate change

This information paper addresses the first of those arguments - the limitations of nuclear power as a climate change abatement strategy.

Stop import of radioactive waste; support HR 5632

CALL YOUR REPRESENTATIVE NOW On March 2, we told you about EnergySolutions’ scheme to import some 20,000 tons of radioactive waste from Italy to the U.S. EnergySolutions wants to bring this ... read more

Does nuclear energy produce no CO2 ?

by Dave Kimble at www.peakoil.org.au Proponents of nuclear power always say that one of the big benefits of nuclear power is that it produces no Carbon dioxide (CO2). This is completely untrue, ... read more

NRG Energy, Toshiba form venture to build nuclear plants in U.S.: New company to use Japanese techno...

Mar 26, 2008 - McClatchy Tribune Business News Author(s): Elizabeth Souder Mar. 26--NRG Energy Inc. created a company Tuesday to develop nuclear power plants beyond Texas.

Ohio halts green-electricity grants to homeowners

All grants go now to big institutions, firms, wind farms Thursday, March 27, 2008 John Funk Plain Dealer Reporter Ohio homeowners who want to apply for state grants to help pay for rooftop solar ... read more

As Uranium Firms Eye New Mexico, Navajos Are Wary

Published on Friday, March 28, 2008 by The Washington Post By Kari Lydersen AMBROSIA LAKE, N.M. — Twenty years after uranium mining ceased in New Mexico amid plummeting prices for the ore, ... read more

Three Mile Island at 29: Reactors and Infant Health

Published on Friday, March 28, 2008 by CommonDreams.org By John LaForge

Nuke California

Investor's Business Daily March 26, 2008 Wednesday

Say no to nuclear power

The governor sees atomic power as a response to global warming. We need to look at the big picture. Los Angeles Times, March 25, ... read more