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Japanese Nuclear Emergency: Mark Lynas and “TMI” = not enough information

In an interview on ChinaDialogue about Nuclear Power (in the light of Fukushima), UK environmentalist Mark Lynas made a number of interesting points about risk perception (but probably nothing you haven’t heard before.) At one point he claimed “Take Three Mile … Continue reading

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Japanese Earthquake: collateral damage

I thought this was kinda interesting, from Katharine Murphy in The Age… Nuclear rethink over before it’s begun The disaster in Japan has pulled the plug on Labor talk of change. It was just gathering momentum, the discussion Labor proposed … Continue reading

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