How Africa's Desert Sun Can Bring Europe Power

By Robin McKie, Science Editor, The Observer Dec. 2, 2007 - A £5bn solar power plan, backed by a Jordanian prince, could provide the EU with a sixth of its electricity needs - and cut carbon ... read more

Californians Not So Hot on Nuclear Power

Source: The Tribune (San Luis Obispo, California), Nov. 27, 2007 - From a November 2005 Greenpeace action"After public opinion polls found lukewarm support for new nuclear power plants in the ... read more

Will Congress make taxpayers fund terror-target nuke reactors?

By Harvey Wasserman Within a matter of days Congressional back-room deals may rubber stamp huge taxpayer loan guarantees to build dozens of what amount to pre-deployed "dirty bombs" for ... read more

Nuclear Expansion is a Pipe Dream

By John Vidal, The Guardian UKJuly 4, 2007 - Hope for new era of cheap, clean power is a "myth." Building more stations would increase terror risk.

Cheney Pursuing Nuclear Ambitions of His Own

By Jason Leopold, truthout|ReportNov. 05, 2007 - While Dick Cheney has been talking tough over the years about Iran'salleged nuclear activities, the vice president has been quietly ... read more

The Economic Cost of Nuclear Power

By Richard Lance Christie(Revised 02 Nov 07)Free Market v. Subsidized Nuclear Power Economics:  “In a market economy, private investors are the ultimate arbiter of what energy technologies can ... read more

Hooked on Subsidies

By Jerry Taylor and Peter Van Doren, ForbesWhy conservatives should join the left's campaign against nuclear power.Nov. 11, 2007 - When it comes to politics, we don't often find ourselves in ... read more

The only solution for nuclear energy's radioactive waste: Bury the problem

By James Kanter, International Herald TribuneNov. 7 , 2007, WÜRENLINGEN, Switzerland: Sweeping his hand across the surface of a warm cask heated by some of the most radioactive material on earth, ... read more

No-Nukers Sing a New Green Tune

By Harvey Wasserman, The NationNov. 9, 2007 - Bonnie Raitt, Jackson Browne and Graham Nash are again singing the praises of solar energy. But it's a hard song for reactor backers now desperately ... read more

No Government Subsidies for New Nuclear Plants

By Bonnie Raitt and Harvey Wasserman, Baltimore Sun Nov. 7, 2007 - A clause in the landmark energy bill now before Congress could open the door for massive loan guarantees meant to entice investors ... read more