|Date||1 October 1982|
SCRAM (the Scottish Campaign to Resists the Atomic Menace - but a SCRAM is also an emergency shut down of a nuclear reactor) was produced as a medium of communication between groups though-out of Scotland. It became one of the long-lasting anti-nuclear magazines and focused on alternative forms of energy from the very first issue. SCRAM ('The Anti-Nuclear and Safe Energy Journal') changed it's name in Safe Energy Journal in 1991 when it focused less on nuclear and more on alternative issues.
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|Tags:||IMPORTANCE NUCLEAR IN TOTAL ENERGYPRODUCTION - interest in total production (by country; see otherwise GLOBAL IMPORTANCE OF NUCLEAR POWER).|
CONSTRUCTION NUCLEAR POWER PLANT - (Installations) international + Netherlands
UNITED KINGDOM - Great Britain and Northern Ireland
HEARINGS - hearings and public participation via Internet
SSEB - The South of Scotland Electricity Board
TORNESS, GB - location 2 AGR reactors