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- Released May 24, 2011
Spent Nuclear Fuel Pools in the U.S.: Reducing the Deadly Risks of Storage
As Japan's nuclear crisis continues, this report details the nature and extent of radioactive spent fuel stored at nuclear reactors across the United States and how it can be made less hazardous.
- Released May 20, 2011
How Do International Trade and Investment Rules Affect Public Finance for Development?
In the wake of the global financial crisis, there is increased interest in the role that development banks and other forms of public finance can play in supporting job creation and stable, sustainable development. Efforts to expand public finance, however, could clash with subsidies restrictions in international trade and investment agreements.
- Released April 7, 2011
Unnecessary Austerity, Unnecessary Shutdown
If corporations and households amassing $1 million or more in income each year paid taxes at the same rates as they did in 1961, the Treasury would collect an additional $716 billion a year — $7 trillion over a decade.
- Released February 23, 2011
Analyzing the Department of Energy's FY 2012 Budget
For a new energy future, the Department of Energy needs to be free of the shackles of nuclear weapons.
- Released November 22, 2010
Civil Society Responses to the Global Financial and Economic Crisis
Civil society groups have used various strategies to push for new policies aimed at preventing future crises and ensuring a more equitable and sustainable economic recovery.
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