Nuclear Power Worsening Climate Change: A List of Critical Studies
by Amory B. Lovins, Imran Sheikh and Alex Markevich, 11 pages
Greenpeace International Briefing, 7 pages
by Arjun Makhijani, from Nuclear Policy Research Institute & Institute for Energy and Environmental Research, 290 pages.
by Frank Barnaby and James Kemp, Oxford Research Group, London
Rebecca Harms, Member European Parliament, Brussels; Union of Concerned Scientists, USA; Institute of Risk Research, Austria; Oko Institut, Germany.
By Brice Smith in Science for Democratic Action, Institute for Energy & Environmental Research, Volume 14. (A 55-page summary -- "Insurmountable Risks: The Dangers of Using Nuclear Power to Combat Global Climate Change, " May 2006 – is available from IEER.)
A Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament briefing by Hugh Richards, Dawn Rothwell and Rae Street, submitted to the British Energy Review Consultation, Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, England.
by Gerd Rosenkranz, for the Heinrich Böll Foundation.
June 30, 2005 From the Nuclear Monitor, #630-631,; a publication of World Information Service on Energy (WISE) and the Nuclear Information& Resource Service (NIRS).
From the Nuclear Monitor, Nos. 621 & 622; A report from the World Information Service on Energy (WISE) and the Nuclear Information& Resource Service.
Uwe R. Fritsche, Coordinator Energy & Climate Division, Okö-Insititut, Darmstadt, Germany; paper presented at the CNIC Conference on Nuclear Energy and Greenhouse-Gas Emissions, Tokyo.
The Greens in the European Parliament have released a 116-page study of accidents that have taken place in nuclear reactors since Chernobyl in 1986. "In reality, every day, countless incidents occur in nuclear reactors, and, since Chernobyl, catastrophe has, on several occasions, only narrowly been avoided."