The Energy Net

Nuclear Policy
Bush 2001 Energy Plan (Adobe PDF) *
Wiki: 2005 Energy Policy Act
Greenpeace blocks UK nuclear Push
Hitachi to build reactor factory in U.S.
Excelon gets site permit at Clinton facility
30 nuclear reactors planned for U.S.
Wasserman: Moore's Nuclear Sham
C4MD: Moore's Nuclear Front Groups
A4NR: California: AB 719 Alert
GNEP =Global Nuclear Energy Proliferation
DOE: Official GNEP Site *
UCS: Comments on GNEP *
Energy Net: 2006 GNEP News Index
Global Warming
Nuclear Power & Global Warming
UCS: Global Warming Resources
SFGate: Hertsgaard: Nukes or us?
Aussie Forum: Nuclear no answer
Scientific American: More Nukes!
NPRI: Global Warming Nuclear Debate
Open Democracy: Climate Change *
Wikipedia: Global Warming Politics
NIRS: Global Warming Fact Sheet

Sierra club on Nuclear Warming

The Real Alternatives to fossil & Nukes
AWEA: Wind Facts *
Solar Cell Breakthroughs
UK: Cheap solar to undercut oil
Efficiency: The cheapest and best option
Utility Execs plan huge efficiency increase
SF Chron: How Renewables died in CA.
Lovins: Paradigm shift for Transporation *
The Appollo Alliance
Nuclear Alerts
WISE Alerts
Public Citizen Alerts *
20/20 Vision Alerts *
UCS: Alerts *
FCNL: Weekly Events
NIRS Alerts
Too Cheap To Meter
The Nuclear Industry's Blank Check
The Price Anderson Act: Uninsurable! *
How to buy your own nuclear company
Citizen Times: Economic Downside
WSJ: Nuclear Hurdles Nuclear Deficits
Fitch Report: Credit Implications
BBC: Debate hinges on costs
CWIP Revival
Health and Safety
3/4 of 98,000 DOE workers claims denied
Rocky Flats neighbors win $350 million
DOE Worker's Health records burried in n-waste dump
Mysterious Illness hits DOE nationwide *
Dosimetry History
Radiation Standards & Dosimetry History*
Chernobyl Health Impacts
ICRP radiation standards debate
Radiation Primer
Radiological Disaster Action Site
Energy Net: Ingestion Pathways
NRC's Risk Calculations Seriously Flawed*
Asbestos at Nuclear Facilities
IEER: Nuclear Health & Safety library
CRACII: U.S. reactor meltdown impacts
Terrorism at nuclear Power facilities
List of known radioactive isotopes
California Emergency Planning
SECC Report: Licensed to Kill
EWG: Diablo Lacks discharge Permits
Diablo: $14 million thermal pollution fine
San Onofre: Ocean Polution scandal
San Onofre: Pollution Scandal update
Fuel Cycle & Nuclear Wastes
Not enough Uranium for the big Push!
Transportation Costs to Skyrocket
Mother Jones: America's Dirty Secrets
POGO: Uranium Tailings *
SRIC: Indigenous Impacts from mining*
Nevada Yucca Mountain Project
Radioactive Roads & Rails campaign
The Nuclear Fuel cycle
Energy Net Nuclear Resources
Safe Energy Resources
NIRS Facts
US Antinuclear History
History of the Antinuclear movement
Wikipedia History
Anti-nuclear books
IEER Radiation Facts
Nuclear Subsidies: 1980-1999
Wind Faqs
Friends Committee on National Legislation
WISE: Global Uranium Resources
UK: Just Say No!
DOE: Energy Library
EIA Energy consumption 1949 -2005
NIH Radiation Exposures

Public Citizen FAQ *

Rocky Mountain Institute Library
Sierra Club Facts
Just for Fun: Atomic Museum
Taiwan antinuclear movement
US Safe Energy Groups
Alliance for Nuclear Accountability
Alliance for Nuclear Responsibility
Blue Ridge Environmental Defense League
Citizen Alert
Committee to Bridge the Gap
Downwinders * virus alert
Earth Island Institute
Energy Action Coalition
Greenpeace Nuclear Campaign
Institute for Energy & Environmental Research
Mother's Alert
National Environmental Coalition of Native Americans
No Nukes
Nuclear Control Institute
Nuclear Energy Information Service
Nuclear Files
Nuclear Information Resource Service
Nuke Busters
Prairie Island Coalition
Project On Government Oversight
Proposition One
Public Citizen: Critical Mass Energy Project
Radioactive Waste Management Associates
Redwood Alliance
Rocky Mountain Institute
Shundahai Network
Sierra Club
Snake River Alliance
Southwest Research and Information Center
Three Mile Island Alert
UCS: The Union of Concerned Scientist
The Nuclear Club
American Nuclear Society
Department of Energy
Edison Electric Institute
Electric Power Institute
European Nuclear Society
Intl Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)
Nuclear Energy Institute
Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Pacific Gas & Electric Company
World Nuclear Association
Nuclear Literacy Media Campaign Resources
Daily Nuclear News Stories
U.S. Newspaper Links
PNS: News Feeds*
Email Addresses for the media
Tips on letters to the editor
Top 100 bloggable Newspapers
SEJ Beat Primer
Reuters: Crisis Monitor
API: Journalist Toolbox
UK Journalist's Tools
Journalist's Internet Guide
Journalism Net Resources
UK Media
Blogging Resources
Free Press RSS Feeds
Media Monitoring with RSS
Online Tools for Journalists
Grassroots Journalism
Blogging Tools: Must Read Resource
Blogging the Media
Free Hosting: Wordpress
Legal Rights for Bloggers
News Aggretators
Yahoo Pipes (News Aggregation)
Online PR Links
Online Publishing Tools
Blogging Syndication
Technorati: Blog Monitor
Find Out People's background
Investigate Organizations
Online Reference Desk
Safe Energy Blogs
Green Nuclear Butterfly
Greenpeace Nuclear Blog

Rocky Mountain Inst. Blog

* denotes broken link

The Bush Nuclear Push (updated 3-2007)


This Section contains the following sections:

  • Nuclear Policy
  • GNEP
  • Global Warming
  • Real Alternative Energy
  • Nuclear Alerts
  • Economics
  • Health and Safety
  • Environment
  • Nuclear Waste
  • Safe Energy Resources
  • Safe Energy Groups
  • The Nuclear Club
  • National Media Campaign
  • George W. Bush and friends are making a mighty attempt to reverse 30 years of nuclear backsliding. His dad and Reagan worked hard to set the stage for him by making it legally impossible for American citizens to oppose nuclear power. The first new order of commercial reactors was recently made by Entergy, A New Orleans based utility.

    Mr. Bush has also broken his promise to Nevada that he would not allow the Yucca Mountain High Level Waste facility to go ahead. This promise to Nevada gave Mr. Bush the key 4 votes to win the presidency, and remember the vote there was very close. Nevada's representatives called Mr. Bush a lier on national TV for failing on the promise.

    After 9/11, nuclear power facilities became the focuss of a real fear of potential terrorist attacks, Davis-Besse came a half inch from becoming a Chernobyl-U.S.A., new health findings are showing radiation is far more deadly than previously accepted, while Mr. Bush has moved to raised the nuclear spear causing worldwide concern over a new nuclear cold war.

    Its nice that Florida has acknowledged voter fraud. Now its time to remove the president, who lost the election from office before he destroys civilization.