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Insurmountable Risks: Can Nuclear Power Solve the Global Warming Problem?
            By Brice Smith in Science for Democratic Action, Institute for Energy & Environmental Research, Volume 14, Number, August 2, 2006.
 
Nuclear Power: No solution to climate change
    From Nuclear Monitor, Nos. 621 & 622, February 2005.
A new report from the World Information Service on Energy (WISE) and the Nuclear Information& Resource Service (NIRS).
 
Comparing Greenhouse-Gas Emissions and Abatement Costs of Nuclear and Alternative Energy Options from a Life-Cycle Perspective
            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, November 1997.
 
Unfair Aid: The Subsidies Keeping Nuclear Energy Afloat Across the Globe
            From the Nuclear Monitor, #630-631, June 30, 2005; a publication of World Information Service on Energy (WISE) and the Nuclear Information& Resource Service (NIRS). 
 
Nuclear Power – Not Worth the Risk
            CND briefing, April 2006, by Hugh Richards, Dawn Rothwell and Rae Street, Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, submitted to the British Energy Review Consultation, Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, England.
 
Nuclear Power - Myth and Reality: The risks and prospects of nuclear power
            By Gerd Rosenkranz, for the Heinrich Böll Foundation 2006.
 
Nuclear Power No Solution to Climate Change
            By the Pembina Institute, December 14, 2006. 

Cooling tower collapse at Vermont Yankee nuke; contaminated water gushing
            By Harry Wassernan of the Free Press.Org August, 2007

Ardoch Algonquin First Nation Statement on Uranium Mining
By the Algonquin First Nations

Algonquins Staying Put
By Frank Armstrong, Kingston Whig Standard newspaper - Friday, August 24, 2007

Air Force proposes increased depleted uranium ammo use  
By Mike Estrada 99th Air Base Wing Public Affairs

DEPLETED URANIUM  Nellis ponders range cleanup 
By MARK WAITE    Pahrump Valley Times

Waste from 50 years of uranium processing removed
By LOREN GENSON   Gazette Staff Writer 

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Nuclear Power Worsening Climate Change: A List of Critical Studies


Forget Nuclear, Rocky Mountain Institute, April 28, 2008
 by Amory B. Lovins, Imran Sheikh and Alex Markevich, 11 pages

Nuclear Power Undermining Action on Climate Change, Greenpeace, December 2007 
Greenpeace International Briefing, 7 pages

* Carbon-Free and Nuclear-Free: A Roadmap for U.S. Energy Policy, IEER, Fall 2007
by Arjun Makhijani, from Nuclear Policy Research Institute & Institute for Energy and Environmental Research, 290 pages.

Too Hot To Handle, The Future of Civil Nuclear Power, Oxford Research Group, July 2007
 by Frank Barnaby and James Kemp, Oxford Research Group, London

* Residual Risk: An Account of Events in Nuclear Power Plants Since the Chernobyl Accident in 1986, by the Union of Concerned Scientists, May 2007
Rebecca Harms, Member European Parliament, Brussels; Union of Concerned Scientists, USA; Institute of Risk Research, Austria; Oko Institut, Germany.

* Why A Future for the Nuclear Industry Is Risky, by former NRC commissioner Peter Bradford, January 2007 llowe@iccr.org or www.iccr.org or www.cleanenergy.org by Peter Bradford and David Schlissel, Synapse Energy Economics, Inc.

* Insurmountable Risks: Can Nuclear Power Solve the Global Warming Problem? IEER, August 2, 2006
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.)

* Nuclear Power – Not Worth the Risk, CND, April 2006
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.

* Nuclear Power - Myth and Reality: The risks and prospects of nuclear power, NIRS, 2006
 by Gerd Rosenkranz, for the Heinrich Böll Foundation.

Unfair Aid: The Subsidies Keeping Nuclear Energy Afloat Across the Globe, NIRS,
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). 

* Nuclear Power: No solution to climate change, WISE, February 2005
From the Nuclear Monitor, Nos. 621 & 622; A report from the World Information Service on Energy (WISE) and the Nuclear Information& Resource Service.

Comparing Greenhouse-Gas Emissions and Abatement Costs of Nuclear and Alternative Energy Options from a Life-Cycle Perspective, Okö-Insititut, November 1997 
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.

European Parliament chronicles 21 years of reactor accidents
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."


Resource Groups:

• Beyond Nuclear: 
http:www.beyondnuclear.org

•    Alliance for Nuclear Accountability
http://www.ananuclear.org

•    Physicians for Social Responsibility 
http://www.psr.org

•    Nuclear Information and Resource Service
http://www.nirs.org

•    Union of Concerned Scientists
http://www.ucsusa.org

Take Action! Stop Fermi 3:
www.FERMI.homestead.com
 
New Scientist graph of dangerous problems we face around resource depletion.  Uranium is included in the list.
 
A must have chart for anyone concerned with the what the real root problem is on planet earth.... US!
 
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