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Tue Jun 19, 2012, 08:07 PM

Several interesting stories on the NIRS website

Don't have time to post them:


June 19, 2012:

Japanese TV covers NIRS protest at Japanese Embassy in Washington, misses huge Tokyo protest.

Oxford U. researchers find even background radiation causes increases in childhood leukemia.

NRC/FERC meet on risk of solar flares, don't seem to accomplish anything.

Anti-nuclear summit in Chattanooga next week (article includes pro/anti nuke poll--vote!).

US National Renewable Energy Lab says 80% of US electricity can be renewable by 2050, even with current technology.

Does the netroots care about nuclear power? We were there, but we'll need a broader presence in San Jose, CA next year.

22 groups, including NIRS, file legal action to halt final licensing decisions on 3 dozen reactors.

Friends of the Earth files legal action at NRC to keep San Onofre reactors closed.

Germany's second-largest utility gets out of nuclear business at home and abroad. Cites high risks.

Japan ignored US-supplied radiation data after Fukushima, endangering thousands.

Mass. AG files appeal in federal court to block Pilgrim reactor relicensing.

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