|Date||1 October 1989|
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:||BNFL - British Nuclear Fuels Ltd (see also BNG)|
COGEMA - Cogema (Compagnie Generale des matières nucléaires)
GERMANY - Germany and former West Germany
ENERGY POLICY, GENERAL -
FRANCE - France
MOX - Mixed oxide fuel, commonly referred to as MOX fuel, is nuclear fuel that contains more than one oxide of fissile material, usually consisting of plutonium blended with natural uranium, reprocessed uranium, or depleted uranium.
POLITIEK - nuclear energy policy
SELLAFIELD - location reprocessing plants, see: THORP Drigg
CLOSURE - finally closing a nuclear plant
THORP - part of Sellafield reprocessing plant GB
VEBA - VEBA
WACKERSDORF, DUITSL. - location reprocessing Bavaria (canceled)