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The next inconvenient truth

Blog entry by Martin Lloyd | 19 May, 2009

Sitting in for Andrew Sullivan Patrick Appel joined Krugman in wondering why Greenpeace is opposing the Waxman Markley bill, America's first effort at a proper climate policy. It is, goes the argument, the best deal on the table,...

MOX: Everything’s fine, says Areva

Blog entry by Justin | 18 May, 2009

In its North America blog French nuclear giants Areva have been boasting of the wonderful, miraculous properties of Mixed-Oxide (MOX) nuclear fuel : MOX has many benefits, but among the most important are that it allows utilities to...

Nuclear News: MOX shipment arrives in Japan

Blog entry by Justin | 18 May, 2009

Today's big stories from the nuclear industry: AFP: Pacific Heron with reprocessed nuclear fuel docks in Japan ’OMAEZAKI, Japan (AFP): An armed vessel docked at a central Japanese port carrying the nation's first consignment of...

Zero isn't enough

Blog entry by Martin Lloyd | 18 May, 2009 1 comment

Paul Krugman, writing in Today's New York Times picks up on our decision to oppose the Waxman-Markley bill, which will bring cap and trade emission regulation to the US economy. It is, he says, a choice between doing something, and...

Democrats pass bogus climate bill

Feature story | 18 May, 2009 at 0:00

Greenpeace is calling for renewed leadership from President Obama and Congress following the release of the drastically weakened Waxman-Markey climate and energy bill today.

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