A hydrogen explosion yesterday at Unit 1 severely damaged the reactor building, blowing apart its roof.
The devastating Japanese quake and its outcome could generate a political tsunami here in the United States.
The sound of the president’s silence on climate change and the BP oil disaster was deafening.
Hanford remains one of the most contaminated zones in the western Hemisphere.
What’s needed now is a series of long, frank discussions between Iran’s leaders and other key global players.
New energy bill mixes support for coal, nuclear, and oil industries with measures meant to reduce pollution and planet-warming emissions.
If you like my offshore oil drilling program, you’ll love my clean coal and safe nukes.
Basically, change is slow, slow, slow.
If the nuclear industry is a solid investment, then it should be able to receive the backing of Wall Street.
Obama offers $8 billion in loan guarantees to the nuclear power industry.
Solar, wind, and geothermal power, combined with energy efficiency, can overcome our reliance on fossil fuels, provide energy security, and mitigate the climate crisis.
The debate over nuclear power is heating up, along with the planet. Can nuclear fuel recycling be part of the mix? Not a chance.
Until recently, concerns about attacks on nuclear power plants focused mainly on the vulnerability of reactors. Spent fuel ponds may be even more difficult to safeguard.
Without a trial, the memory of the Khmer Rouge horror will remain an open wound in the psyche of Khmer society.
To reach its public diplomacy goals, the U.S. will need to master the tools of intercultural and public communication.