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Tags: ANTI-NUCLEAR MOVEMENT× MOX× LICENSES× UNITED STATES OF AMERICA×

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Here, there, everywhere Terje Langeland 01-12-2001 BAS LIABILITY WASTE GENERAL ANTI-NUCLEAR MOVEMENT GLOBAL IMPORTANCE OF NUCLEAR POWER BNFL FUEL FABRICATION BRITISH ENERGY GREENPEACE UNITED KINGDOM HANFORD N, USA NUCLEAR WEAPONS COSTS NUCLEAR ENERGY COST COMPARISON ENVIRONMENTAL ORGANISATION MOX OAK RIDGE, USA ACCIDENTS NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS ACCIDENTS REMAINDERS DECOMMISSIONING REPROCESSING PRIVATISATION RADIOACTIVE SCRAPMETAL LEGAL SAVANNAH RIVER CLEANUP SITES SELLAFIELD SUBSIDIES FOR NUCLEAR POWER URANIUMHEXAFLUORIDE REACTOR SAFETY SAFETY RESEARCH DEPLETED URANIUM LICENSES UNITED STATES OF AMERICA EMPLOYEES WESTINGHOUSE
In brief: US license renewal: Hatch, Duke  01-02-2002 NMNA ANTI-NUCLEAR MOVEMENT HATCH RE-USE / RECYCLE HEARINGS LIFETIME EXTENSION MOX LEGAL LICENSES UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Legal challenge to US MOX boiling on two fronts  Mary Olson 01-01-2002 NMNA ANTI-NUCLEAR MOVEMENT ATOOMTERRORISME FUEL FABRICATION GREENHOUSE EFFECT THEFT / MISSING HEARINGS LIFETIME EXTENSION ENVIRONMENTAL ORGANISATION MOX NRC PLUTONIUM PLUTONIUM STORAGE PROLIFERATION DISASTERPLANS LEGAL SABOTAGE SAVANNAH RIVER RADIATION CONSEQUENCES SAFETY GENERAL SAFETY RESEARCH LICENSES UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
U.S. mox: Dangerous, dirty, unjust and unproven  NIRS Southeast 01-03-2003 NM ANTI-NUCLEAR MOVEMENT FUEL FABRICATION DOE - USA MOX NIRS NRC PLUTONIUM LEGAL SAVANNAH RIVER SAFETY RESEARCH LICENSES UNITED STATES OF AMERICA