Nuclear industry meltdown
- Bomb potential for South America. Albright, D. // Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists;May1989, Vol. 45 Issue 4, p16
Report that Argentina and Brazil could soon develop the capability to produce nuclear explosive materials free of international restrictions. Once this happens, technological momentum and political pressure may lead them to produce highly enriched uranium and eventually nuclear weapons. INSET:...
- A new nuclear scam-""safe nukes" Franklin, Karen // Environmental Action;Nov/Dec1989, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p14
No abstract available.
- Section 8. Nuclear energy. // Monthly Energy Review;Apr97, p103
Provides charts about nuclear energy in the United States. Nuclear power plant operations; Operable units; Nuclear electricity net generation; Nuclear portion of domestic electricity net generation; Net summer capability of operable units; Nuclear generating units; Capacity factor.
- Section 8. Nuclear energy. // Monthly Energy Review;Aug98, p103
Presents an energy overview regarding the nuclear energy industry. Estimated number of net terawatthours of electricity produced by United States nuclear generating units; Percentage of nuclear power supply; Information on nuclear power plant operations.
- Nuclear deal shows shifting US-EU ties. Walker, Ruth // Christian Science Monitor;3/11/96, Vol. 88 Issue 72, p6
Discusses the agreement between the United States and Europe on nuclear trade. Shift towards Europe in the transatlantic balance of power; Provisions of the bill; Broad coalition of non-proliferation advocates who oppose the agreement; Key questions surrounding the issue of European nuclear trade.
- U.S. nuclear power industry. // Congressional Digest;Jan1998, Vol. 77 Issue 1, p7
Gives information on the uncertain future of the nuclear power industry in United States. Reference to nuclear power plants and reactors; Information on the cost of construction of reactors; Details on concerns over safety; What the Energy Policy Act provides.
- Dreams die hard. Greenberg, Phillip A. // Sierra;Nov/Dec93, Vol. 78 Issue 6, p78
Contends that the nuclear-power industry is poised to make a comeback after a 20-year drought. The industry's sorry record; Wariness by the public; The slender basis on which nuclear power is being cast as the environmentally friendly energy option; Number of nuclear reactors licensed in the...
- France's tottering nuclear giant. Stetson, Marnie // World Watch;Jan/Feb1991, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p38
No abstract available.
- Nuclear power industryâ€”dangerous to taxpayers. // National Catholic Reporter;6/1/2001, Vol. 37 Issue 31, p28
Editorial. Comments on the development of the nuclear power industry in the U.S. Construction of nuclear plants; Danger on the extension of the ageing nuclear reactors; Deprivation of the anti-nuclear publics to focus objections and questions.
- Shockwaves in Canada. Luckey, James // International Power Generation;Nov97, Vol. 20 Issue 6, p49
Focuses on the North American nuclear industry. Growing public concern about safety; Major role of nuclear power plants in reducing emissions of greenhouse gases; Plans to build a central storage site for nuclear waste.