Myth of Nuclear Power - A Guide


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Gerd Rosenkranz
Myths of Nuclear Power - How the Energy Lobby is Pulling the Wool Over our Eyes
The book delivers the long-overdue, nuclear critical know-how for the debate, pointing to alternatives, and unmasks nuclear energy for what it is: an irresponsible and expensive high-risk technology.

Steve Thomas
The Economics of Nuclear Power: An Update
The author shows the true cost of nuclear power and makes it clear that nuclear energy in the free market economy without government support is not competitive.

Henry Sokolski
Nuclear Proliferation: A Civilian and Military Dilemma
"Nuclear power plants are building blocks for nuclear bombs", says Henry Sokolski, the disarmament expert. Those striving for a world without nuclear weapons should not revive civilian nuclear energy. Climate change and nuclear non-proliferation should not be pitted against each other.

Antony Froggart/ Mycle Schneider
Systems for Change: Nuclear Power vs Energy Efficiency + Renewables
A new myth of the nuclear lobby is the claim that nuclear power and renewable energies are complementary forms of energy. The authors prove the oppsite: Those who build nuclear power plants hinder the expansion of renewable energies.

Michele Boyd
Is there a Nuclear Revival in the United States?
The U.S. currently has 104 nuclear reactors. Many of them that have received extensions would never be approved for construction today, experts argue. According to Michele Boyd, Physicians of Social Responsibility, the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) has not turned down a single renewal application thus far. How safe is nuclear power in the United States?

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