nuclear power

Nuclear Power Goes Rogue


By Henry Sokolski

Post-Fukushima, the market for nuclear power is changing latitudes. Here’s what’s at stake. READ MORE

Nuclear Security Summit: One year on, and looking ahead

We asked nuclear policy experts in Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs to summarize in one paragraph the achievements in the year since President Obama convened a summit on nuclear security on April 12-13, 2010. And we asked for a second paragraph on what needs to be done in the year before the follow-up summit planned for Seoul, South Korea. READ MORE

Why nuclear power is still a good choice

By Mark Lynas

Perspective is needed when deciding between nuclear and other power sources. Renewable energy and conservation aren't enough in the real world. And burning fossil fuels will only worsen global warming. READ MORE

Energy Independence - Common Goal Of The Baltics

Leaders of the three Baltic States, President Dalia GrybauskaitÄ— of Lithuania, President Valdis Zatlers of Latvia, and President Toomas Hendrik Ilves of Estonia, met in Vilnius today and agreed that Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia would stand united in their aspiration towards energy independence and would seek European funding for regional energy projects. READ MORE

Reactor Closure Sparks New Reservations About Nuclear Power

As the fallout from the closure of Germany's Kruemmel nuclear reactor continues, politicians wrangle over the future of the country's energy production and energy giant Vattenfall tries to allay public fears. READ MORE