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Tag Archives: climate change

  1. Wind Energy Could Generate Nearly 20 Percent of World’s Electricity by 2030 via EcoWatch (Reader Supported News) October 23, 2014

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  2. Rockefellers, Heirs to an Oil Fortune, Will Divest Charity From Fossil Fuels via The New York Times September 21, 2014

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  3. The BBC, Friends of the Earth and nuclear power via The Ecologist September 18, 2014

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  4. The People’s Climate March: Meet the Next Movement of Movements via Naomi Klein.org September 18, 2014

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  5. HRN New York presents a seminar “Nuclear Power is NOT the answer to Climate Change” September 15th via Human Rights Now August 18, 2014

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  6. Feds OK hotter water to operate Turkey Point nuclear reactors via The Miami Herald August 6, 2014

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  7. Earth: Game Over? via Foreign Policy in Focus (Reader Supported News) April 26, 2014

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  8. Political Roadblocks to Action on Climate Change via The New York Times (Letters) April 20, 2014

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  9. Old nuclear reactors can’t save the climate via Greenpeace March 8, 2014

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  10. Obama’s Nuke-Powered Drone Strike on America’s Energy Future via EcoWatch February 21, 2014

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  11. Guest Post: nuclear power is not the answer to climate change mitigation via Green World February 6, 2014

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  12. Movement to Resist Tar Sands “Megaloads” Unites Tribal Members, Environmentalists via Yes! Magazine & Reader Supported News January 11, 2014

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  13. Groups oppose top climate scientists’ call to embrace nuclear power via E&E publishing January 8, 2014

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  14. Beyond Nuclear joins with Ralph Nader to promote carbon-free, nuclear-free energy economy via Beyond Nuclear December 14, 2013

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  15. Ninety Companies Responsible for Two-Thirds of Global Warming Emissions via Think Progress/Reader Supported News November 22, 2013

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  16. Can Abenomics Cope with Environmental Disaster? via Japan Focus October 28, 2013

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  17. A false fix for climate change via The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists September 11, 2013

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  18. The President’s Pro-Nuclear Rhetoric vs. His Anti-Nuclear Policies via The Foundry June 27, 2013

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  19. The President’s Climate Action Plan via The Executive Office of the President June 25, 2013

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  20. Fukushima Meltdown’s 2nd Anniversary Brings Protests Against Japan’s Reliance on Nuclear Power via Democracy Now! March 13, 2013

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  21. Unspeakable suffering: the humanitarian impact of nuclear weapons via Reaching Critical Will February 13, 2013

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  22. We don’t need nuclear power to meet climate goals and keep the lights on via the guardian February 10, 2013

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  23. A Global Call: Eco Warriors, Arise! by Vandana Shiva via Reader Supported News June 2, 2012

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  24. Nuclear power needed to fight climate change says Al-Khalili via BBC News January 11, 2012

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  25. Doomsday Clock moves to five minutes to midnight via The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists January 11, 2012

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  26. Fidel Castro warns of climate change, nuclear threat via France 24 January 6, 2012

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  27. Nuclear Power: Not the Solution to Climate Change via Monthly Review June 1, 2011

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