Critics say the plan to discharge contaminated waste water from the nuclear power plant will endanger marine life.
The estimated cost of handling the degrading radioactive material is rising steadily — $512 billion at last count.
A new study, however, raises serious doubts about the low carbon emissions claimed by proponents of nuclear power.
In Missouri, federal scientists are finally linking today’s cancers to the nation’s nuclear warfare legacy.
Nuclear reactors are highly vulnerable to radioactive meltdowns in an era of rising climate disasters.
Under the new rules, the waste can now be stored in shallow pits that may leak into the surrounding soil.
Science watchdogs are warning of serious flaws with the current nuclear storage methods.
Expanding government efforts to support the nuclear power industry would only drag us deeper into the nuclear quagmire.
Dealing with nuclear waste is a mounting concern, but many “solutions” are not viable over the long term.