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Poisoned legacy: why the future of power can’t be nuclear

Serhii Plokhy — The Guardian — May 14, 2022 Mounting tensions with Russia, a global pandemic and a reckless scramble for nuclear energy: the echoes of 1957 are alarming – we would do well to heed them. On 10 October 1957, … Continue reading

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Former Prime Minister of Japan Sounds the Alarm on Diablo Canyon

From MothersForpeace.org in San Luis Obispo, CA — 5/17/2022 Former Prime Minister of Japan Sounds the Alarm on Diablo Canyon Naoto Kan Advises Governor Newsom to Close Diablo Canyon Nuclear Plant ASAP San Luis Obispo, CA, May 2020 – Naoto Kan … Continue reading

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Environmentalists oppose more life for Diablo Canyon nuke plant on California coast

By Michael R. Blood | AP — Washington Post — May 17, 2022 LOS ANGELES — Dozens of environmental and anti-nuclear organizations expressed opposition Tuesday to any attempt to extend the life of California’s last operating nuclear power plant, challenging … Continue reading

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The dangerous business of dismantling America’s aging nuclear plants

By Douglas MacMillan, May 13, 2022 — Washington Post Accidents at New Jersey’s Oyster Creek power plant have spurred calls for stricter oversight of the burgeoning nuclear decommissioning industry FORKED RIVER, N.J. — The new owner took over the Oyster … Continue reading

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