It is now clearer than ever that atomic energy cannot compete. After a half-century this technology still can't face the prospect of full liability for the disasters it might impose.
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Environmentally conscious Vermont voters have been remarking on the similarity between media ads on local TV by Entergy, owner of the radiation-leaking Vermont Yankee nuclear plant, and BP.
The nuclear power industry is sending a clear and forceful message to the citizens of Vermont: "Drop Dead."
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MONTPELIER, Vt. — The Vermont Senate voted Wednesday to block the state's only nuclear plant from operating after its license expires in 2012, a...
In the face of fierce green opposition and withering scorn from both liberal and conservative budget hawks, Obama has done what George W. Bush could not.
Vermont Yankee is just the latest of more than two dozen U.S. nuclear plants to be found with leaking tritium. A flood of cover-ups has terrified neighbors who say the reactor was never meant to operate more than 30 years.
VERNON, Vt. — Vermont's lone nuclear power plant is cutting the amount of power it generates by 60 percent after finding a leak of mildly radioa...
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