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New York state recently set a terrible example by approving a $7.6 billion bailout of failing nuclear power plants, but other states aren’t following.
By Prof Peter Bradford
The Ecologist, 25th August 2017
In the first of a series of articles on the local and social legacies of nuclear energy, Andrew Blowers looks at where and why these legacies have come to pass.
By Prof Andy Blowers
Town & Country Planning, August 2017
The Stabilisation of Energy Consumption and the Deployment of Renewable Energy
By Dr David Toke
Routledge, August 2017
Interview with Dr Paul Dorfman
Sky News, 12th August 2017
Hopes of a nuclear revival to combat climate change have been dashed as another prestige project runs into trouble.
By Paul Brown
Climate News Network, 4th August 2017
Recently in the United Kingdom a major political debate has broken out over whether the planned departure by the UK from the European Union also must mean the UK’s departure from Euratom.
By Dr David Lowry
International Panel on Fissile Materials, 2nd August 2017
The monthly newsletter from No 2 Nuclear Power, keeping climate campaigners informed about nuclear developments in the UK, and anti-nuclear campaigners about climate issues.
By Pete Roche
No 2 Nuclear Power, August 2017
The solar revolution is reaching the remotest parts of the world and changing the lives of women otherwise trapped in poverty.
By Paul Brown
Climate News Network, 1st August 2017