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  • The Real Costs of Cleaning Up Nuclear Waste: A Full Cost Accounting of Cleanup Options for the West Valley Nuclear Waste Site

    Synapse Energy Economics, Inc. (July 7,2008). Robert Alvarez, Institute for Policy Studies. A critical analysis of proposed and actual clean-up costs at the West Valley Reprocessing site in upstate New York. Read more »

  • The Financial Crisis and Nuclear Power

    Public Services International Research Unit, University of Greenwich (February, 2009). Steve Thomas, Professor of Energy Policy, University of Greenwich; David Hall, Director of Public Services International Research Unit, University of Greenwich. A discussion of the future of nuclear power in the context of our current financial crisis. Read more »

  • Taxpayer Financing for Nuclear Power: Precedents and Consequences

    Vermont Law School (March, 2008). Peter Bradford, Adjunct Professor, Vermont Law School. A discussion of recent efforts to shift financial burdens for the development of new nuclear reactors onto taxpayers, with a recap of the consequences of previous federal subsidy for nuclear power. Read more »

  • Zero Is the Only Option

    In March 2010, International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War and PSR docs Vic Sidel and Ira Helfand published a major new briefing paper on the global climate and health effects of nuclear war. Zero is the only option was produced for the 2010 Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference. Read more »

  • Strategic Posture Commission Report

    The final report on the Congressional Commission on the Strategic Posture of the United States will be released Wednesday, May 6. The Commission, made up of six Republicans and six Democrats, was unable to reach a consensus on findings and recommendations that will help advance the goals President Obama laid out in his speech in Prague on April 5. Read more »

  • Spent Nuclear Fuel Reprocessing in France

    International Panel on Fissile Materials (April,2008). Mycle Schneider, International Consultant on Energy and Nuclear Policy; Yves Marignac, Executive Director of the Energy Information Agency WISE-Paris. A discussion of the economic, environmental, societal and political repercussions of the spent fuel reprocessing policy in France. Read more »

  • Subsidies in the US Energy Sector: Magnitude, Causes, and Options for Reform

    EarthTrack, Inc. (November, 2006). Doug Koplow, EarthTrack, Inc. A report on the growth of subsidies in the U.S. energy sector and the market distortions associated with subsidy of nuclear power. Read more »

  • The Legacy of Reprocessing in the United Kingdom

    International Panel on Fissile Materials (July, 2008). Martin Forwood, Cumbrians Opposed to a Radioactive Environment. An analysis of the economic and environmental impacts of the history of irradiated fuel reprocessing in the United Kingdom. Read more »

  • Risky Appropriations: Gambling US Energy Policy on the Global Nuclear Energy Partnership

    Friends of the Earth, Government Accountability Project, Institute for Policy Studies, Southern Alliance for Clean Energy (January,2008). David Schlissel, Senior Consultant, Synapse Energy and Economics, Inc.; Peter Bradford, Adjunct Professor, Vermont Law School; Robert Alvarez, Institute for Policy Studies. A thorough analysis of the environmental, security, and economic impacts of the Global Nuclear Energy Partnership. Read more »

  • Proliferation and Peaceful Nuclear Cooperation Agreements

    International Security, volume 34, issue 1 (Summer 2009). Matthew Furhrmann, Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of South Carolina. An analysis of the direct linkages between U.S. civilian nuclear cooperation agreements and the spread of nuclear weapons. Read more »

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