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From Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists This latest issue includes a selection of articles focussing on climate change. The first paper is an interview with Tufts University sophomore Henry Jacqz about the Massachusetts-based group Students for a Just and Stable … Continue reading
Why nuclear power may be the only way to avoid geoengineering From Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists “I think one can argue that if we were to follow a strong nuclear energy pathway—as well as doing everything else that we … Continue reading
From Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists The Bulletin publishes a collection of analysis and opinion pieces from the world’s top experts; it aggregates these writings to create a valuable resource for readers.
The Challenge of Climate Change and Energy Policies for Building a Sustainable Society in Japan From Organization & Environment In response to last week’s earthquake and tsunami in Japan, the role and safety risks of nuclear power are being reassessed … Continue reading
Chernobyl 25 years later: Many lessons learned From Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Dramatic events over the last week have produced heartbreaking images from Japan as its people face unimaginable adversity. In the wake of an earthquake of historic proportions, … Continue reading
Chernobyl 25 years later: Many lessons learned From Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists The former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev contributes this essay to the special issue – Chernobyl: 25 years later where he looks back at the catastrophic accident in … Continue reading