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1. Mitra Ardron's archive of early APC material
(static/Past Projects & Activities)
... Sept 88: The story of GreenNet's involvement in coordinating rapid response to an accident involving a nuclear missile transporter which place during GN's participation in a NAN conference. gn_sept88_macarthurgrant.pdf: ...
... (even without the cost of dealing with climate change) than coal, natural gas and of course cheaper than nuclear. Of course - we still need to make this work in developing countries - which is what Natural ...
... capital / high-labor * Relies of large government subsidies to balance those given to fossil fuels and nuclear * Tends to support large centralised rather than decentralised * Decentralised tend to ...
Here's one of the smartest engineers on the planet - Amory Lovins being interviewed b Amy Goodwin and explaining why nuclear doesn't make any sense.  ...
5. ALP goes dirty
(Blog/Blog)
Kevin Rudd has just done what what John Howard has failed to do for years - convince many environmentalists not to support Labor at the coming federal election. By ending Labor's "No New Uranium Mines" ...
... distinct from Liberals, though they vote as a team in parliament. Uranium as far as I know only has two significant uses - nuclear power, and nuclear bombs. Since labor supports expanded mining, but opposes ...
... the non-answers like carbon sequestration and nuclear power. Invitation to a meet-the-candidates forum for the March State election *Date:* Saturday, March 10, 2007 *Time: * Speakers to arrive at 1.30pm ...
If you ever doubted that nuclear power was a bad idea, take a look at this photo diary of someone who claimed to bike through the area. (though a lot of poetic licence was clearly used, the pictures are ...
Can renewable energy replace coal? Recent months have seen a new push from the coal and nuclear industries to discredit renewable energy. The common criticism is that renewable energy cannot provide ‘baseload’ ...
... mines. The arguments against Nuclear Power - and for Renewables as the solution to climate change and peak oil - are strong, and well documented on this blog. In marginal, progressive seats, local members ...
David Fleming has written a clear 12 page article on why Nuclear power can't meet our energy needs. Its focussed on the lack of any feasible fuel to do so over any reasonable volume / time period. He ...
... already cheaper than Nuclear, even without taking into account all the externalities (i.e. what you or me pay rather than the utility running the plant!) and breakthroughs like this make it even more likely ...
Amory Lovins documents a dramatic and little-known development: worldwide, efficient use of electricity plus decentralized low- or no-carbon electric generation are already at least twice as big as nuclear ...
(this post is a summary, and a draft, I'm looking for the references to back it up). With the recent call by John Howard and others to reopen the nuclear debate, it is worth addressing why Nuclear is ...
Its ironic that 20 years after Chernobyl should have taught us the danger of nuclear power, the industry is trying to convince the world to give it another chance. Claims have been made on Australian radio ...
... world. I've seen numbers that show that if even a tiny fraction of the nuclear research budget was moved to solar, then we could be producing more energy from solar before the equivalent amount of nuclear ...
17. New Year
(Blog/Blog)
... and subsidies into green washing ideas such as "clean coal" and nuclear power. It gives me hope that ordinary people outside the cities seem less and less concerned about the national origin or race of ...
A long time ago, Friends of the Earth had a T-shirt that said, "Pigs can fly, The Earth is Flat, and Nuclear Power is Safe". Now, once again we are being asked to consider Nuclear Power as a cheap, ...
19. GE - Ecomagination
(Blog/Blog)
... catalyze competition among some of the world's largest companies to accelerate the emerging clean-tech economy. This is a big deal, although GE has a LONGGGGG way to go since it is still in the nuclear ...
20. Flying Wind Turbines
(Blog/Blog)
... clusters with as many as 600 units, generating as much as 12,000 megawatts, far more than your typical nuclear plant. They point out that such systems could easily generate enough power to produce hydrogen ...
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