Nuclear Power & Radiation

Discarded Russian Subs Could Cause a Nuclear Disaster in the Arctic

"The Arctic could become a site of future turmoil, and not just because of the emerging geopolitical tensions and militarization in the region. Beyond concerns of a frozen conflict in the icy north, there is the additional fear that the Barents and Kara Seas could become the location of a slow-motion nuclear disaster. Until 1991 the Soviet Union used the seas as a junkyard where it would dispose of its nuclear waste."

Source: , 02/18/2015

"Repository’s Future Uncertain, But New Mexico Town Still Believes"

"CARLSBAD, N.M. — On Feb. 5, 2014, a truck hauling salt caught fire deep in the maze of tunnels of the federal government’s only underground nuclear waste dump. Thick, black smoke forced an evacuation of workers as it billowed to the surface through exit shafts."

Source: Santa Fe New Mexican, 02/17/2015

"India Nuke Deals Still Thorny for Us Despite 'Breakthrough'"

"India and America's declaration of a breakthrough in contentious nuclear energy cooperation has been met with a lukewarm response from industry and analysts. Few expect the potentially lucrative Indian market to suddenly become less complicated for U.S. nuclear companies."

Source: AP, 01/27/2015

Committing to Collaboration: How Two Freelancers Pulled Off a Cross-Pacific Partnership

Fukushima / Chernobyl project collaborators Winifred Bird (left) and Jane Braxton Little.
             Photo courtesy of Jane Braxton Little

Freelance Files

By WINIFRED BIRD and JANE BRAXTON LITTLE

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