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Nuclear power

Author: Justin Healey
Publisher: Thirroul, N.S.W. : Spinney Press, 2006.
Series: Issues in society, v. 246.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Many countries are struggling to meet their current and future energy needs, including Australia and the large reserves of uranium. This book contains an overview of global nuclear energy use and production and presents a range of arguments for and against Australia's expanded involvement in the nuclear power industry.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Justin Healey
ISBN: 1920801561 9781920801564
OCLC Number: 74890157
Description: 44 pages : illustrations ; 30 cm.
Contents: Ch. 1 --
An overview of Nuclear power --
Electricity generation using nuclear energy --
The nuclear fuel cycle --
Three nuclear plants would reduce emissions --Australia's energy future --
The Uranium minefield --
Nuclear future --
Heat turns uranium green --
Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty --
Primed for our oblivion --
Ch. 2 --
Pro-Nuclear Arguments --
Overview of nuclear energy --
Embrace clean energy and supply uranium --
Nuclear power for a sustainable energy future --
Players in a safe nuclear tomorrow --
The sensible energy alternative is within our grasp --
Nuclear on the agenda --
Time for a change on uranium policy --
Brace yourselves for a nuclear millennium --
Ch. 3 --
Anti-Nuclear Arguments --
Nuclear power: no solution to climate change --
The nuclear power option --
expensive, ineffective and unnecessary --
Nukes not the answer to the greenhouse threat --
Nuclear power is no panacea for climate change --
If nuclear power is the answer it must have been a pretty stupid question --
Don't pay power games with our lives --
Mine, mine and all mine --
Statement from concerned doctors regarding nuclear power and uranium mining --
Credentails the cost of nuclear sell-out --
Glossary --
Facts and Figures --
Additional Resources --
Index.
Series Title: Issues in society, v. 246.
Responsibility: editor, Justin Healey.

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Many countries are struggling to meet their current and future energy needs, including Australia and the large reserves of uranium. This book contains an overview of global nuclear energy use and production and presents a range of arguments for and against Australia's expanded involvement in the nuclear power industry.

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