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Iran deal is done, Bibi unhappy, Greek deal done, Greeks unhappy.

Reuters and other anonymous sources are reporting that an Iran deal has been done.

Greece yesterday, Iran today, what’s for tomorrow?

Bibi is neither pleased nor amused. 448 more words



John Brannen

Lithuania and Belarus are signatories to the Espoo Convention on Environmental Impact Assessment in a Transboundary Context (Espoo Convention). This convention obligates member states to conduct environmental impact assessments and keep neighboring states informed of projects that are likely to have a regional impact. 1,361 more words

Border Issues

Is Nuclear Safe?

Carbon (coal) is the most commonly used resource in the Polish energy industry (with approximately 90% of all energy coming from it) but it is becoming a serious danger to the environment. 91 more words


Expert panel says fault lines under Mihama nuclear plant are unlikely to be not inactive

An expert panel of the Nuclear Regulation Authority released a report on Friday saying fault lines under the Mihama nuclear plant are “probably unlikely to be not inactive”. 110 more words


Economics of Nuclear Power and Climate Change Mitigation Policies

by Sam Peterson

The availability of nuclear power may be crucial in determining whether greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions can be reduced enough to reach the goal of limiting worldwide temperature increases to 2… 609 more words

Climate Change

Fire near Chernobyl site alarming, ‘radiation respects no boundaries’

RT | April 29, 2015

A forest fire near Ukraine’s Chernobyl nuclear site may cause problems for communities a long way from the area as the dispersal plumes can transport radiation further to the north, nuclear safety expert John Large told RT.

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Forest fires heading for Chernobyl nuclear plant – Ukraine Interior Ministry

RT | April 28, 2015

The Ukrainian National Guard has been put on high alert due to worsening forest fires around the crippled Chernobyl nuclear power plant, according to Ukraine Interior Minister Arsen Avakov.

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