Mass Radiation Exposure

1 Platform for Survival items

17. To reduce radiation exposure all states shall shift immediately to efficient electricity from renewable energy*1recognizing that phasing out all nuclear power plants, including subsidies, and uranium mining may be an outcome in the future.
18. All states shall prioritize the long-term control and safe storage of radioactive wastes, with public review.

2 Links

3 Wiki

Each of the proposals above has its own page on the Project Save the World wiki. Our intention is that people will volunteer to use the wiki for an essay on how the proposal can be put into action, what changes may need to be introduced, and so on.

If you are interested in being a contributor, contact us at mspencer@web.net.

4 Papers and articles

Uranium mining fuels a deadly and dying industry

[Juan Carlos Chirgwin] Globally, nuclear energy plays a minor role in terms of energy contribution, not because it is insufficiently exploited but because it is not financially viable. Germany has abandoned it, and France, a nuclear energy champion, barely avoids financial disaster to run its network. Nuclear energy is not the clean energy we seek...

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Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL)

[Gordon Edwards] Just before the last federal election, the Harper government turned over control of all federal nuclear holdings to a consortium of private, profit-oriented, multinational corporations. The staff of the government-owned Atomic Energy of Canada Limited (AECL) went from 3600 to 40. A new corporation, called Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL) was created as a...

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The State of Nuclear Energy

[Kaeleigh Phillips] Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University’s Department of Engineering and Public Policy have released a report detailing nuclear power’s dwindling significance in the US, stating that it is unlikely to make any noteworthy contributions to the country’s decarbonised energy system over the next few decades. Continue Reading The State of Nuclear Energy

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2 Responses

  1. admin says:

    Submitted by David Harries

    Radiation exposure: what might be called for

    #17. National and international milestone- timetables will guide the shift from non-renewable to renewable energy use.[1]
    #18. An international Secretariat will monitor and publicize progress on radioactive waste management.

    [1] What definitively distinguishes ‘renewable’ from ‘non-renewable’ remains in dispute. Fusion? LENR?

  2. admin says:

    Submitted by Peter Hajnal:

    #7: immediately? How realistic is that?

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