Published on Thursday, July 16, 2015 by Common Dreams, by Andrea Germanos, staff writer If renewable energy advocates need more evidence that solar and wind are better investments than nuclear power, a new report may offer just that. The findings come from the newly released World Nuclear Industry Status Report 2015, which looks at global nuclear developments over the past […]
“A No Significant Hazards Consideration would effectively strip the public of their right to full independent critical safety review and public hearing rights,” Ulrich said.
physicians took issue with WHO’s conclusion in a recent report that it did not expect a significant surge in cancer in Japan or elsewhere due to radiation leaks.
Until the scandal of massive nuclear-technology transfers broke into the open. The central figure, Henri Proglio, CEO of mega-utility EDF that owns France’s 58 active nuclear reactors but derives almost half of its revenues from outside France,