Industry Super research on nuclear is diminished by its use of the self-interested wishful thinking of the nuclear industry.
In Australia, support for nuclear power is increasingly marginalised to the far-right – support for nuclear power has become a sign of tribal loyalty.
After a growth spurt from the 1960s to the ’90s, then 20 years of stagnation, the Era of Nuclear Decommissioning is upon us.
Nuclear lobbyists – especially the self-styled ‘pro-nuclear environmentalists’ – are few in number. So how much longer can they keep flogging a dead horse?
Climate scientist James Hansen’s claims about Generation IV nuclear concepts simply don’t stack up, argues Jim Green.
Last November, a Citizens’ Jury rejected “under any circumstances” plans to import nuclear waste as a money-making venture. So is the dump dead?
In a visit to Australia this week, US nuclear power advocate Jessica Lovering brings a suitcase full of alternative facts. Let’s unpack them.
The most important impact of the crisis facing Toshiba and Westinghouse is the chilling effect it will have ‒ and is already having ‒ on the nuclear power industry.
A fire-sale is underway as the punch-drunk nuclear power industry tries to stop the rot.
Nuclear utilities are in crisis, and no major commodity had a worse 2016 than uranium.