Category Archives: Nuclear Power

2022-01-20 The atomic scientists’ Doomsday Clock is now 75—and threats to civilization still abound

The atomic scientists’ Doomsday Clock is now 75—and threats to civilization still abound Regardless of what your watch tells you, it’s 100 seconds to midnight. That’s the interval on the symbolic Doomsday Clock between the present moment and “planetary catastrophe.” … Continue reading

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CORPORATE INFLUENCE AND PARTISAN POLITICS HAVE PREVENTED CONGRESS FROM PASSING PROGRESSIVE LEGISLATION

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BILLIONAIRES WOULD LIKE TO MAKE OUR EXISTENCE MEANINGLESS!

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Howie Hawkins on Energy & Oil

2020 Green Party Challenger for President End nuclear power, offshore drilling, & fracking End the use of nuclear power. Nuclear energy is massively polluting, dangerous, financially risky, expensive and slow to implement. Our money is better spent on wind, solar, … Continue reading

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Nuclear Issues

Recognize that there is no such thing as nuclear waste “disposal.” All six of the “low-level” nuclear waste dumps in the United States have leaked. There are no technological quick fixes that can effectively isolate nuclear waste from the biosphere … Continue reading

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Energy Sources – Eliminate the Dirty & Dangerous

The Green Party advocates the phase-out of nuclear and coal power plants. All processes associated with nuclear power are dangerous, from the mining of uranium to the transportation and disposal of the radioactive waste. Coal is the largest contributor to … Continue reading

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Nuclear Issues

Nuclear Issues The Green Party recognizes that there is no such thing as nuclear waste “disposal.” All six of the “low-level” nuclear waste dumps in the United States have leaked. There are no technological quick fixes that can effectively isolate … Continue reading

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100 percent Clean Energy by 2030 – GP

The centerpiece of the Green New Deal is a commitment to transition to 100% clean, renewable energy by 2030. The transition to clean energy is not only a visionary plan for a better world, it’s absolutely necessary to ensure we … Continue reading

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Renewable Sources

Move decisively to an energy system based on solar, wind, geo-thermal, marine, and other cleaner renewable energy sources. The development of Earth-gentle, sustainable energy sources must be a cornerstone of any plan to reduce reliance on conventional fossil fuels. We … Continue reading

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Energy Sources

We must advocate the phase-out of nuclear and coal power plants. All processes associated with nuclear power are dangerous, from the mining of uranium to the transportation and disposal of the radioactive waste. The generation of nuclear waste must be … Continue reading

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