by Eric Epstein, April 26, 2014 Remember the environmentalist who proclaimed the dawn of a new day as he drove… View post
Mark Cooper 5 OCTOBER 2011 Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists The need to revisit and revise regulations regarding financial responsibility… View post
By Douglas P. Guarino January 31, 2014 NationalJournal.com Senator Bernard Sanders (I-Vt.) is considering introducing legislation this year that would… View post
The US has “kindly offered” to help Japan with the decommissioning of the Fukushima reactors and the problems with the ongoing leakages of radioactively contaminated water. Is the US being the good Samaritan? Unfortunately not. Before the US will provide assistance, Japan has to sign the Convention on Supplementary Compensation for Nuclear Damage (CSC). This is an international treaty that supposedly provides an international regime on nuclear liability — the who-should-pay-for-a-nuclear-accident issue. But the real aim of the CSC, along with other international conventions on nuclear liability, is to protect the nuclear industry. View post
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To the Editor: Re “Errors Cast Doubt on Japan’s Nuclear Cleanup” (front page, Sept. 4): The leader of a parliamentary… View post
September 4, 2013 · By William A. Collins and Emily Schwartz Greco The former chairman of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission… View post