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With the sixth anniversary of the Fukushima disaster falling tomorrow, nuclear lobbyists are arguing over solutions to the existential crisis facing nuclear power.
By Dr Jim Green
The Ecologist, 10th March 2017
With official approval for renewal of the Trident nuclear weapons system and the Hinkley Point C nuclear power station coming within weeks of each other, the links between the military and civilian nuclear industries in the UK are again in the spotlight.
By Dr Stuart Parkinson
Scientists for Global Responsibility, 10th March 2017
Dr Paul Dorfman, Nuclear Transparency Watch, ‘The urgent problem of nuclear installations decommissioning’, European Parliament, Brussels.
dailymotion, 9th March 2017
Dr Paul Dorfman, Article, World Information Service on Energy (WISE)
Nuclear Monitor, 8th March 2017
Institute of Safety/Security and Risk Sciences, BOKU, Vienna, 16 March 2017
With presentations from Prof Steve Thomas and Dr Paul Dorfman
15 March 2017, 7pm-9pm
Committe Room 9, House of Commons, Westminster, London
Public meeting to discuss ‘Fukushima after Six Years’ with Dr. Ian Fairlie, Margaret Ritchie MP, Professor Andy Blowers. Chaired by Catherine West MP (Shadow Foreign Secretary).
UK Leaves Euratom, DeutchlandFunk, German Radio, with key interview, Dr Paul Dorfman
DeutchlandFunk, 1st March 2017
With the world’s leading nuclear corporations facing bankruptcy due to ever escalating costs, ‘unconstructable’ reactor designs and financing risks, there’s an easy way to finance the UK’s new nuclear power stations, writes David Toke: pin the cost onto taxpayers.
By Dr David Toke
The Ecologist, 27th February 2017