Industry-Friendly FERC Rejects Perry’s Coal & Nukes Bailout

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“Secretary Perry likes to use flash and glitz to cover over imperfections in form. Like the wise judges on Dancing with the Stars, FERC saw through the act. “This was an easy decision to make for [...]

Renewables Generated More Power Than Nuclear In March And April

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By Eric Wesoff for GTM - Solar farms planted on an abandoned nuclear plant site or powering a coal museum or atop a strip mine offer stark images of the ascendance of renewables. But forget [...]

The Slow Death Spiral Of Nuclear Energy

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By Paul Brown for Climate News Network - The knock-on effects of the financial disasters the two companies face will be felt across the nuclear world, but nowhere more than in the UK, which was [...]

Westinghouse Bankruptcy Exclamation Point In Downward Spiral Of Nuclear Energy

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By Staff of Green Peace - Toshiba/Westinghouse is responsible for building more nuclear reactors worldwide than any other entity. With the financial meltdown of Westinghouse, Toshiba also [...]

New Yorker’s Multi-Billion Dollar Corporate Welfare For Nuclear Reactors

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By Jon Campbell for Democrat and Chronicle - ALBANY - A state-approved bailout of three upstate nuclear power plants was the focus of a legislative hearing Monday, but New York's top energy [...]

Beyond Nuclear: Shutdown Reactors With Defective Parts

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By Staff for Beyond Nuclear. Beyond Nuclear called on the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) to make public the full list of U.S nuclear power plants that are known to be operating with [...]

Clean Energy To Replace Energy From Last Nuclear Plant

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By Phil McKenna for Inside Climate News - Diablo Canyon, California's last remaining nuclear facility, will be retired within a decade if state regulators agree to a proposal by Pacific Gas and [...]

California, World’s Sixth Largest Economy, Going Nuclear-Free

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By Kate Colwell for Friends of the Earth - BERKELEY, CALIF. - An historic agreement has been reached between Pacific Gas and Electric, Friends of the Earth, and other environmental and labor [...]

5 More US Nukes To Close

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By Harvey Wasserman for EcoWatch. A rising tsunami of U.S. nuke shut-downs may soon include California’s infamous Diablo Canyon double reactors. But it depends on citizen action, including a [...]

Newsletter: Ending The Political Charade

By Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese. This week, on Earth Day, representatives from 130 countries gathered at the United Nations in New York City to sign the climate treaty agreed upon in Paris [...]

Majority Of Americans Oppose Fracking & Nuclear Energy

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By Art Swift for Gallup - WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Opposition to the practice of hydraulic fracturing or "fracking" has increased significantly in the past year as environmental concerns, such as [...]

Native Americans: ‘We Are The Miner’s Canary’

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By Klee Benally for Clean Up The Mines. Washington, DC — From January 25-28, 2016 Indigenous representatives from the Northern Great Plains & Southwest will be in the District of Columbia (DC) to [...]

Nukes Are Not Needed To Solve World’s Climate Crisis

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By Mark Jacobson for Eco Watch - Nuclear is an opportunity cost relative to clean, renewable wind, water and solar energy because of a. the significant lag time between planning and operation of [...]

The Invisible Killer: Fight Radioactive Pollution In 2016

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By Klee Benally for Clean Up The Mines. In 2015 the Gold King Mine spill was a wake up call for the nation to address dangers of abandoned mines, but there are currently more than 15,000 toxic [...]

Stop Fukushima Freeways

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By Nuclear Information and Resource Service. The Stop Fukushima Freeways Campaign shows the perils of the massive and unnecessary radioactive waste transportation that would occur across the U.S. [...]