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Nuclear power: misjudgements and mismanagement

It is reported that more than 300,000 tonnes of “radioactive” mud, some of it the toxic by-product of Britain’s atomic weapons programme, will be dredged at Cardiff Grounds, a sandbank in the Bristol Channel, to make way for England’s newest nuclear power station at Hinkley Point. 338 more words

Nuclear Power

Week 24: Environmental Defense Fund

On July 18th the House passed H.R. 806, the Ozone Standards Implementation Act of 2017, which contrary to its name actually delays the implementation of 2015 regulations that called for stricter control of the air pollutant ozone. 319 more words

Privatisation isn't working?

Former Conservative Prime Minister Harold Macmillan described Margaret Thatcher’s privatisation programme as “selling off the family silver”. The argument in favour was that government run services were inefficient and introducing market competition would increase efficiency. 1,588 more words

Father John Misty - Things It Would Have Been Helpful to Know Before the Revolution

In his signature enigmatic style, Father John Misty has delivered the video for Things It Would Have Been Helpful to Know Before the Revolution, one of the stand out tunes from latest album… 94 more words


South Carolina's $9 Billion Nuclear Boondoggle Fits a Global Pattern of Troubles

“Public trust is at stake here, folks.” That’s how South Carolina’s top power industry regulator described the gravity yesterday of local utilities’ decision to walk away from a pair of partially-built nuclear reactors,  889 more words

Energy Economics & Policy

EDF - Tiffany Blue (Audio)

New record from Houston’s own EDF called “Tiffany Blue” produced by Joe On The Track.


Espanhola Gas Natural Fenosa estuda fusão com a EDP

Segundo a agência Reuters a empresa espanhola Gas Natural já abordou a elétrica portuguesa com a possibilidade de criar uma fusão que viria a criar o quarto maior grupo europeu de gás e energia. 147 more words