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Fukushima radioactive water will have to be dumped into Pacific, Japan's environment minister says

Fukushima radioactive water will have to be dumped into Pacific, Japan's environment minister says

Japan's environment minister said radioactive water from the Fukushima nuclear power plant — crippled in a 2011 tsunami and earthquake — will have to be dumped into the Pacific Ocean as room to store
Japan should scrap nuclear reactors after Fukushima, says new environment minister

Japan should scrap nuclear reactors after Fukushima, says new environment minister

Shinjiro Koizumi says: ‘We will be doomed if we allow another accident to occur’Japan’s new environment minister has called for the country’s nuclear reactors to be scrapped to prevent a repeat of the
Environmental groups warn against push for nuclear power in Australia

Environmental groups warn against push for nuclear power in Australia

Joint submission calls nuclear ‘a dangerous distraction’ from real action on climate as Zali Steggall backs 2050 zero-emissions targetA group of environmental and civil society groups has warned the
Fukushima fishermen concerned for future over release of radioactive water

Fukushima fishermen concerned for future over release of radioactive water

Eight years after the triple disaster, Japan’s local industry faces fresh crisis – the dumping of radioactive water from the power plantOn the afternoon of 11 March 2011, Tetsu Nozaki watched
Dan Brouillette: 'Impossible' to Reduce 'Carbon Emissions' Without 'Nuclear Energy'

Dan Brouillette: 'Impossible' to Reduce 'Carbon Emissions' Without 'Nuclear Energy'

A national energy strategy to reduce carbon dioxide emissions yielded from the burning of fossil fuels requires the use of nuclear energy, determined Deputy Secretary of Energy Dan Brouillette,
Fukushima disaster: Japanese power company chiefs cleared of negligence

Fukushima disaster: Japanese power company chiefs cleared of negligence

Three executives at Tepco acquitted, marking the end of the only criminal action over the disasterThree former executives at the company that runs the ruined Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant have
Japan Just Let the Executives Who Oversaw the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster off the Hook

Japan Just Let the Executives Who Oversaw the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster off the Hook

Years after the disaster, there are ghost towns in the areas surrounding the plant.
LAUGH: Marianne Williamson explains why she has a problem with nuclear energy

LAUGH: Marianne Williamson explains why she has a problem with nuclear energy

On Friday's episode of "Pat Gray Unleashed," Pat, Keith, and Jeff discussed Marianne Williamson and the explanation she gave for why she has a problem with nuclear energy.In this clip, a student from

Three Mile Island's infamous nuclear plant shuts down after 45 years

An important if ignominious chapter in American nuclear energy has come to a close. Exelon has shut down Three Mile Island's Generating Station Unit 1 reactor after 45 years of use. The reactor isn't
Nuclear slower and pricier than renewables, says anti-nuclear report

Nuclear slower and pricier than renewables, says anti-nuclear report

Costly nuclear power could boost renewables—or natural gas.
NASA Wants to Send Nuclear Rockets to the Moon and Mars

NASA Wants to Send Nuclear Rockets to the Moon and Mars

It’s baaaack: Nuclear propulsion, first floated in the ’60s, is hot again. President Trump’s Mars ambitions might even hinge on it.
Castro wants to “phase out” nuclear energy

Castro wants to “phase out” nuclear energy

Not getting the message The post Castro wants to “phase out” nuclear energy appeared first on Hot Air.
Chernobyl's Infamous Reactor 4 Control Room Is Now Open to Tourists

Chernobyl's Infamous Reactor 4 Control Room Is Now Open to Tourists

The “highly radioactive” control room at Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant’s Reactor 4 at the center of the facility’s infamous 1986 catastrophe is open for tourists, so long as they wear a protective
The Navy Just Patented a Compact Fusion Reactor, but Will It Work?

The Navy Just Patented a Compact Fusion Reactor, but Will It Work?

The Navy just patented a major potential breakthrough on compact fusion reactors, but the patent is long on claims and short on implementation specifics. The post The Navy Just Patented a Compact
Green, Nuclear, and Crowdfunded: One Startup’s Unconventional Route to Building a Novel Reactor

Green, Nuclear, and Crowdfunded: One Startup’s Unconventional Route to Building a Novel Reactor

By now most people are accustomed to crowdfunding as a means to finance everything from smart light bulbs to inventive bug zappers. But a next-generation nuclear reactor?

Are Diesel-Powered Submarines Better Than America’s Leading Nuclear Fleet?

One such conventional boat is on record "sinking" a U.S. nuclear-powered sub.