Adder: Nuclear Monitor, november 2005

Plaats: Washington DC, VS
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Japanese government endorses new nuclear energy policy 1 nov
25 yers ago # 637 1 nov
Chornobyl+20: Remembrance for the future 1 nov
Swedish uprate go-ahead raises doubts 1 novWISE Sweden
UK to redefine nuclear energy as renewable? 1 novWISE Amsterdam
Briefly: "No matter how much we have improved over the years, an accident..." 1 novNucleonics Week, October 13, 2005
Briefly: Two of the three nuclear reactors at Palo Verde (Phoenix USA) are ... 1 novAP, October 22, 2005
EPR Alert 1 nov
Briefly: A Chinese government proposal for national economy and social ... 1 novRadnova News, October 18, 2005
Briefly: On October 24 the latest Chinese nuclear power station, Tianwan, ... 1 novThe Canada Press, October 25, 2005
Briefly: Russia will provide the Libyan research reactor, Tajoura, with ... 1 novMosNews, October 20, 2005
Yemen to go nuclear? : The IAEA, possibly still drunk after ... 1 novYemen Observer, October 21, 2005
Global call against food irradiation 1 nov
Nuclear dump chosen for South Korea 1 novThe Korean Herald, November 3, 2005;The Korean Times 3/11/05
France halts privatization of Areva 1 novReuters, Octobe 27, 2005
Physicists petition against U.S. nuclear attack policy 1 novUniversity of california
U.S. cancels 'mini-nukes' 1 novBBC New online, October 26, 2005
Aomori (Japan) accepts waste store 1 novThe Asahi Shimbun, October 20, 2005
U.S. states appeal globel warming case 1 novReuters, October 20, 2005
SEPA report 1 novN-Base Briefing, October 29, 2005
MEPs vote for nuclear 1 novEnvironment Daily, October 20, 2005
Amec gets Canadian contract 1 novThe Independent, October 18, 2005
Thorp (UK) restart delayed 1 novCORE press release, October 3, 2005
Concerns over uranium Mining in Malawi 18 novCHRR Centre for Human Right and Rehabilitation
IAEA atomic lobby an Nobel Peace Prize 18 nov
The reselling of atomic power in the United States 18 novNIRS
Bulgaria still clinging to nuclear 18 novWise Brno
Good and bad news from the European Parliament 18 novMichel raquet by email, November 17, 2005
Europe badly prepared for nuclear decommissioning 18 novThe Greens/EFA European Parliament, press release, Nov. 2005
German nuclear phase-out survives - for now 18 nov
Russian study on low dose radiation 18 novWise Amsterdam
Report "Import of nuclear waste to Russia, 2001-2005", Ecodefense, Moscow 2005 18 nov
Japan could cut CO2 emissions by 70% 18 novThe Japan Times, November 15, 2005; Kyodo News, November 9,5
Australian terror suspects at nuclear facility 18 novThe Guardian, November 14, 2005
India to join ITER 18 novThe Indian Express, November 8, 2005
Al-Qaeda nuclear bomb website 18 novReuters, November 9, 2005; The Sunday Times, Nov 6, 2005
EDF claims Britons favor new nuclear 18 novMORI website, November 7, 2005; The Telegraph, Nov. 6, 2005
Scottish farms still contaminated after Chernobyl 18 novSunday Herald, November 6, 2005
Sortir silenced 18 novSortir du nucléaire by e-mail, November, 2005
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