|March , 2003
It was a bad tax, like a bad cold, that took down British Energy, and that shouldn't scare anyone away from building the "clean, safe and independent" nuclear energy sources of tomorrow
September 30, 2002 New York Times
The inspector's report warned the nuclear power plant management that an accident was in the making. Management told him to change the report. He quit instead. Then the accident happened.
September 25, 2002 Campaign for Nuclear Phaseout
"New Brunswick Regulator Says "No Nukes"
The Point Lepreau reactor in New Brunswick will not get a refit and is now slated to close down its operations in 2006.
September 25, 2002 Globe and Mail
"Church group wins fight against uranium mine"
A small organization of church and first nations groups has won a victory in Federal Court which will force the closure of a uranium mine in Northern Saskatchewan operated by Cogema. The company says it will appeal.
September 20, 2002 New York Times.com
"Experts say Nuclear Plants can survive Jetliner Crash"
Testing suggests that 1.5 metre thick steel lined concrete walls of a nuclear plant can survive the impact of a jetliner aircraft flying at 480 mph. But opponents argue that the test was flawed.
August 22, 2002: Space.com
"Moon Seen As Nuclear Waste Repository"
Yucca Mountain not your first choice for storing nuclear waste? Maybe you thought sending the stuff to the moon was a dead issue? Read on... And visit www.space.com
August 10, 2002: Washington Post . "U-S Senator Questions Nuclear Plant Cleanup" Who knew about the environmental abuse and radioactive pollution at the uranium processing plant in Paducah, Kentucky...and who didn't tell?