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Whitehills, Bluewater, Greenland

Blog entry by Eric Philips | 31 July, 2009 5 comments

It's not often that I balk at an adventure, particularly if it involves ice or a kayak or both, but the suggestion that we paddle a river flowing on the surface of the Petermann Glacier brought my heart rate up a notch or two. "The...

Areva updates us on progress at Olkiluoto

Blog entry by Justin | 30 July, 2009 1 comment

So how are things going at the construction site of the OL3 EPR reactor at Olkiluoto in Finland? The builders, Areva, can update us… Sounds like it’s all going perfectly well. No mention of the three year delay until the...


Blog entry by Justin | 30 July, 2009

Nuclear power is safe say its supporters. Safe, safe, safe. Tell that to the family of Duncan Ball … Duncan Ball, who worked in the [Sellafield] Magnox plant for 20 years, died on July 17. He was 49. In 2007 Mr Ball was diagnosed...

Nuclear News: Makings of a nuclear nightmare

Blog entry by Justin | 30 July, 2009

Today's big stories from the nuclear industry: Daily Mirror: Makings of a nuclear nightmare ’In 1990 the inland Inuit of Nunavut, a vast autonomous native region of northern Canada, voted almost unanimously to prohibit the...

Pacific voices on climate change need to be heard

Blog entry by Lisa | 30 July, 2009

Jotham Napat, Director at the National Meteorolgical Service in Vanuatu © Greenpeace/Alcock Our largest and fastest ship, Esperanza, is now heading towards Cairns, Australia for the Pacific Islands Forum (PIF) meeting being held...

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