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Nuclear power is not the answer

Author: Helen Caldicott
Publisher: New York : New Press : Distributed by W.W. Norton & Co., 2006.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Helen Caldicott reveals in this look at the costs and consequences of nuclear energy, the facts belie the incessant barrage of nuclear industry propaganda. In fact, nuclear power actually contributes to global warming; the true cost of nuclear power is prohibitive, with taxpayers picking up most of the tab; there's simply not enough uranium in the world to sustain nuclear power over the long term; and the potential  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Helen Caldicott
ISBN: 1595580670 9781595580672
OCLC Number: 63165029
Description: xvi, 221 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
Contents: The energetic costs of nuclear power --
Paying for nuclear energy --
Nuclear power, radiation, and disease --
Accidental and terrorist-induced nuclear meltdowns --
Yucca Mountain and the nuclear waste disaster --
Generation IV nuclear reactors --
Nuclear energy and nuclear weapons proliferation --
Nuclear power and "rogue nations" --
Renewable energy: the answer --
What individuals can do: energy conservation and efficiency.
Responsibility: Helen Caldicott.
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"Helen Caldicott reveals in this look at the costs and consequences of nuclear energy, the facts belie the incessant barrage of nuclear industry propaganda. In fact, nuclear power actually contributes to global warming; the true cost of nuclear power is prohibitive, with taxpayers picking up most of the tab; there's simply not enough uranium in the world to sustain nuclear power over the long term; and the potential for a catastrophic accident or a terrorist attack far outweighs any benefits."--BOOK JACKET.

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