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View Resource The Nuclear Illusion

A widely heralded view holds that nuclear power is experiencing a dramatic worldwide revival and vibrant growth, because it?s competitive, necessary, reliable, secure, and vital for fuel security a...

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View Resource Nuclear Power: Competitive Economics and Climate-Protection Potential

In this influential lecture to Britain's Royal Academy of Engineering on 13 May 2006, RMI's CEO Amory Lovins shows that nuclear power has been eclipsed in the global marketplace by cheaper, faster,...

http://www.rmi.org/rmi/Library/E06-04_NuclearPowerCompetitiv...
View Resource Nuclear Energy Debate: Nuclear Power Earns Fresh Look, Despite Past Woes

Debate between the editors of USA Today and Amory Lovins and Hunter Lovins. USA Today: Because VP Cheney says so, we should presume that nuclear power is becoming safer and more reliable, and...

http://taparaho.com/ENERGY/E-UsaTodayNuclearDebate.pdf
View Resource Impact of Nuclear Shutdowns

The recent earthquake and tsunami that destroyed the nuclear power plants in Fukushima, Japan has led to an international reevaluation of policies related to nuclear power. Germany has decided to...

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View Resource Nuclear Power Generation

Since before the turn of the twentieth century, the process of generating electricity has involved the burning of fossil fuels (coal, oil, and gas). For over four decades, however, a non-fossil fuel,...

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