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Lovelock said that worrying about getting cancer from nuclear radiation is pointless taken in the context of global warming. "We must stop fretting over the minute statistical risks of cancer from chemicals or radiation. Nearly one third of us will die of cancer anyway, mainly because we breathe air laden with that all-pervasive carcinogen, oxygen."
The most recent report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) states in no uncertain terms that global warming will lead to wild weather and other environmental hardships in the com...
OTTAWA - Federal Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver has confirmed that he is set to roll out his plan to raise the amount in damages that Canadian nuclear operators would have to pay in case of an...
Two hundred people gather at Hope Fellowship Church in Southern Ontario Monday to discuss how to rebuild Lake Ontario's largest nuclear power plant. The team at Lake Ontario Waterkeeper have compiled this list of all the things you need to know about the Darlington nuclear refurbishment.
TORONTO - Candu Energy Inc. enacted a contingency plan Monday after about 800 nuclear scientists, engineers and technologists walked off the job on strike when negotiators failed to reach a deal by th...
TORONTO - The union representing nuclear scientists, engineers and technologists at Candu Energy Inc. says some 700 workers will likely go on strike Monday morning unless a resolution is reached overn...
On Saturday, May 26, Germany met half its midday energy needs with solar power. On the preceding Friday, a workday, it met a third of those needs, again with solar. Renewable energy solutions exist. We just need governments with as much foresight as Germany's to implement them.
LEPREAU, N.B. - About 300 litres of radioactive heavy water spilled during a test at a New Brunswick nuclear power plant, making it the second spill at the site in less than six months.NB Power said i...
On Wednesday May 25 at 3:30 in the afternoon the Swiss government pulled the plug on their nuclear future. But as they say in the old Monty Python skit, "this parrot is not dead."