Once upon a time I used to be a fan of nuclear energy. As far as I saw it, nuclear energy was the silver bullet solution to all of our energy problems and more. However, the more I’ve learned about … Continue reading
In the aftermaths of the massive and devastating earthquake that hit Japan yesterday a nuclear crisis has unfolded in the country. Yesterday Japan officials declared a state of emergency at two nuclear power plants in the Fukushima Prefecture. The state … Continue reading
Following the massive and devastating earthquake that hit Japan earlier today officials in the country has declared a state of emergency at the nuclear power plant in the Fukushima Prefecture. The state of emergency was issued at the plant after … Continue reading
This past weekend around 50 000 people from around Germany protested in Berlin against nuclear energy. The demonstrators protested against threats from the current right wing government to extend a deadline for the country’s 17 nuclear reactors. “In Berlin an … Continue reading
Photo credit: christian.senger The Times Online are reporting that France have been forced to close down a third of its nuclear power stations this summer due to heatwaves: “France is being forced to import electricity from Britain to cope with … Continue reading
The Swedish right-wing government seems hell-bent on continue its climate wrecking journey. After calling for as much as 88% of the EU emission cuts to be allowed to do overseas in development countries the government now want to scrap a … Continue reading
Olkiluoto, Finland, Monday 28 May 2007 – Activists from Greenpeace block the entrance to the construction site of a new nuclear reactor in Olkiluoto. Photo by: Greenpeace. The construction of a nuclear plant in Olkiluoto, Finland, has so far been … Continue reading
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