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Do renewables really use more land than nuclear power?

Blog entry by Justin | 6 November, 2009 5 comments

Yesterday, we saw nuclear reactor builders AREVA citing a study that said ‘ nuclear power has the smallest land-use footprint of all forms of energy generation ’. The thing is, there’s actually quite a bit of disagreement on the...

Save the Planet: NOW stops in Belém

Blog entry by Jess | 27 January, 2009

The Arctic Sunrise arrived in Belém, Brazil as part of the Save the Planet: NOW about a week ago. Our first open boat was a success despite the heavy rain during some parts of Sunday: more than 2,500 supporters visited the ship during...

Is nuclear power our flexible friend?

Blog entry by Justin | 11 March, 2010

So, without a doubt, nuclear power fails the safety , economic and reliability tests. Is it, however, flexible? Not so much. Over the last year it became much more clear that the problem with nuclear (and coal) power stations is...

February 2: More nuclear waste arrives in Russia for dumping; Countries' half-hearted...

Blog entry by mwilson | 2 February, 2010

This is part of a trial series. Indigenous people from Altamira at a rally protesting the construction of dams on the Xingu river, Brazil. Photo: Monti Aguirre . The Brazilian government has granted an environmental license...

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