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China’s fragile nuclear ambitions

Blog entry by Justin | 8 September, 2009

It seems nuclear business is booming in China right now. The country is looking to quadruple its nuclear power capacity in the next ten years. The Japan Steel Works manufacturer of reactor components has ‘ more than doubled its...

Nuclear News: US reactor opponents challenge law funding work

Blog entry by Justin | 8 September, 2009

Today's big stories from the nuclear industry: Reactor opponents challenge law funding work ’ATLANTA --- The question of a controversial law's constitutionality could halt new nuclear reactors in Georgia. A group opposed to...

50,000 say ‘Nein Danke!’ to nuclear power in Berlin

Blog entry by Justin | 7 September, 2009

Tens of thousands of people gathered in Berlin on Saturday to protest against nuclear power and put the issue at the heart of the upcoming national elections. They were led by 350 tractors driven by farmers who had begun their journey...

Nuclear News: No clear way out of nuclear woes for Angela Merkel

Blog entry by Justin | 7 September, 2009

Today's big stories from the nuclear industry: For Merkel, no clear way out of nuclear woes ’An effigy of German Chancellor Angela Merkel sits atop a placard reading "All is Great, All is Clean, All is Fine", as tractors lead the...

The Dirtiest Oil on Earth and Japan's ambitious aim

Blog entry by arook | 7 September, 2009 3 comments

This is part of a series of short news updates beyond Greenpeace-specific news. World environmental events in a blurb: The Dirtiest Oil on Earth © Greenpeace / Eamon Mac Mahon / Eamon Mac Mahon Canada's tar sands, located in...

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