Category: Nuclear Power

Don Fitz: Nuclear Disaster at Chernobyl: Reality and Unreality

With the escalating doom of climate change hovering over us, it is tempting to push nuclear horror to the back of our minds

Harvey Wasserman: Goodbye Nuclear Power

Construction of Two of Four Remaining Planned U.S. Plants Canceled

Karl Grossman: The End of Indian Point and the Myths of Nuclear Power in America

Nuclear power overall remains, as the experienced engineer from the nuclear industry said, a “ticking time bomb”

Martha Baskin: Massive Deployment of U.S. WMDs

“20 miles west of Seattle is the largest concentration of deployed nuclear weapons in the U.S.”

Harvey Wasserman: Diablo Shutdown Marks End of Atomic Era

Globally, this landmark treaty embodies a nuclear utility’s admission that renewables can replace nukes

Robert Hunziker: Fukushima: Worse Than a Disaster

A big part of the problem is that nobody has experience with a Fukushima-type meltdown, which now appears to be 100% meltdown

Robert Hunziker: Fukushima Flunks Decontamination

The Abe government is desperately trying to clean up and repopulate as if nothing happened

Koide Hiroaki: “The Fukushima Nuclear Disaster is a Serious Crime”

Interview with an influential voice and a central figure in the anti-nuclear movement since the nuclear meltdown at Fukushima Daiichi of March 11, 2011

Ellen Cantarow: A Fukushima on the Hudson?

The Growing Dangers of Indian Point

Karl Grossman: Nuclear Power Plants: Pre-Deployed WMDs

Pre-deployed weapons of mass destruction. That’s what nuclear power plants are

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