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    Monday, July 17, 2006

    NY TIMES ASSESSES NUCLEAR

    A major analysis of nuclear energy by the NYTimes:

    Atomic Balm?
    By JON GERTNER, July 16, 2006 (New York Times)
    A Nuclear Renaissance?
    Over the past year, the debate over nuclear power has increasingly been framed as an environmental one, as several commentators — most notably Patrick Moore, a founder of Greenpeace (and now estranged from the organization); the British conservationist James Lovelock; and the Whole Earth Catalog founder Stewart Brand — have stepped forward to assert that global warming requires an embrace of new nuclear plants, because unlike gas- or coal-powered plants, nuclear reactors produce electricity without emitting greenhouse gasses. The nuclear industry, in turn, has capitalized on the chance to adopt a green tinge, or at least greenish one; among its recent slogans is the exhortation to “Go nuclear: because you care about the air.” Most environmental groups have not softened their opposition, however.

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