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Review: The Longest Night by Andria Williams

*I received this book on NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.*

Title: The Longest Night

Author: Andrea Williams

Publisher: Random House

Publication Date: January 12, 2016…

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Let's Call Them What They Are: Climate Liars

by Linda Pentz Gunter
Source: Counter Punch

In 2004, when I was working at the Union of Concerned Scientists, I had an interesting email exchange with my fellow countryman and ardent climate change columnist, George Monbiot. 1,026 more words

Climate Change News

Talking Nuclear Energy from Washington State to Washington D.C.

This fall, two important meetings moved the Pacific Northwest and the nation closer to the eventuality of Small Modular Reactors on the grid, and to building those SMRs in new manufacturing facilities. 881 more words

Nuclear Energy

Friday Prayers for Egypt: Russia, Give and Take


Russia is a strange ally. The week begins with the declaration her airliner was brought down by a bomb. It ends with agreement to build a nuclear reactor. 190 more words


Nuclear Energy in the Twentieth Century: New International Approaches

Elisabetta Bini and Igor Londero, eds., “Nuclear Energy in the Twentieth Century: New International Approaches,” Contemporanea 4 (2015) (with essays by Barbara Curli, Leopoldo Nuti, Giovanni Paoloni, Giovanni Battimelli, Lawrence S. 10 more words