• Nuclear Energy
    After the recent Fukushima plant’s meltdown in Japan, the world is turning its nose away from nuclear energy it seems. Most of the attendees at the Gulf Environment Forum’s session on nuclear power thought of solar energy harvesting to be a better way to power up the future of the world. However
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  • The Fukushima Nuclear Disaster
    The Fukushima Nuclear Disaster A First-Hand Account of Japan's Nuclear Crisis Katsumi Furitsu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28 Young doctors speak out on the Fukushima disaster . . . . . . . . . . .40 Japan’s Nuclear Nightmare Ronald McCo
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  • Nuclear Energy
    Nuclear Energy We fight, we argue and we kill one another for every single drop. Oil and natural gases have rooted themselves into every aspect of society, from the industrial sector to manufacturing and even agriculture; its presence keeps us running non-stop around the world 24 hours a day. Bu
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  • Place of Nuclear Energy in Tomorrow's Energy Mix
    PLACE OF NUCLEAR ENERGY IN THE SUSTAINABLE ENERGY MIX TOPIC: Climate and energy policies are more and more closely tied. While the need to decrease our carbon missions is underlined by many scientists and activists, the demand for energy keeps growing. On the one hand, nuclear energy is seen b
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  • Is Nuclear Energy Worth It?
    Nuclear power uses unstable elements like uranium. Uranium is constantly going through a process called nuclear decay, which means the atom is splitting apart over a period of time, measured in half-lives. This is why it is the element of choice for nuclear power plants. Uranium is special because i
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  • Benefits of Wind and Energy
    If I had to argue the benefits it will be exceptionally towards wind energy the reason I say that is because wind energy is renewable and healthiest for all living things. According to the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA), "The wind energy industry today generates not only clean energy for ou
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  • Re-Licensing of Nuclear Facilities in Canada:
    Abstract Relatively few social scientists have studied citizen protest groups concerned with civilian nuclear power, and the relationship between political conflict over risk and regulation of the nuclear industry. Drawing from social movement research, the paper argues that anti-nuclear protests c
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  • Nuclear Energy
    Nuclear Energy Paper Who remembers the black out in 2003, and how crazy people went when there was no power? Every person that walks the face of the earth is concerned with energy and what it does for him or her, where it comes from, and how long will we have it. The need of energy has always
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  • European Union and Troubles with Energy
    Environmental Policy ESSAY ASSESMENT European Union and troubles with energy 22nd February 2007 Contents Introduction 3 Present problems of the energy and impact on environment 3 EU targets - Kyoto Protocol 4 EU citizens' abutment 4 1 Old and New European energy policy 5 1.1 Eur
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  • Ict and E-Business Impact in the Energy Supply Industry
    ICT and e-Business Impact in the Energy Supply Industry Sectoral e-Business Watch Study Report No. 03/2009 European Commission, DG Enterprise & Industry e-Mail: entr-innov-ict-ebiz@ec.europa.eu, info@ebusiness-watch.org Impact Study No. 03/2009 ICT and e-Business Impact in the Energy Supp
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  • Nuclear Iran: Implications and Policy Options
    . Jigar Khatri Khatri 1 America and the World Jennifer Toth Position Paper 4/13/10 Brief Background and Context The history of Iran's nuclear weapons prog
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  • Nuclear Power
    Since the end of the last century, the development of modern technology and science has played a significant role as measure to resolve energy crisis and global warming issues which resulted in life sustaining remedies and causes of mass destruction. However, many scientists agree that the earth’s
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  • Do Pakistan Need Nuclear Energy?
    “DO PAKISTAN NEED NUCLEAR ENERGY?” INTRODUCTION The drive for civil nuclear power has restarted around the globe, often under the banner of finding a clean energy alternative to meet growth objectives. Countries like India, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Turkey, Egypt, and Jordan, amo
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  • “Nuclear Power Will Be the Energy of 21st Century.” (Steven, M. 2000) Identify Three Arguments, Either for or Against, This Form of Energy and Compare It to at Least One Other Energy Source, for Example Solar Energy.
    “Nuclear power will be the energy of 21st century.” (Steven, M. 2000) Identify three arguments, either for or against, this form of energy and compare it to at least one other energy source, for example solar energy. Fossil fuel by far is the largest energy resources in the world with known
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  • Nuclear Energy
    Essay Outline: I. Introduction: A. Background Information. In the past 10 years the usage of nuclear energy has become one of the most polarizing issues of the world. Especially in the Middle East when a country reveals information about its nuclear program, the west considers this country as a th
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  • Energy Crisis
    Energy Crisis Dana Amundson Rasmussen College Advanced English Composition Lisa Linrud 06/16/2011 Energy in the United States is something that is more often than not, from a foreign source. On an average day, the United States brings in an estimated 13.15 million barrels of oil and consu
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  • Nuclear Power
    Nuclear Power, Safety VS. Efficiency Nuclear power, a topic which has long been the center of debate among environmentalist and economists alike, has recently gained a lot of heat thanks to the Fukushima meltdown in Japan. Many argue that the risks of harvesting nuclear power out way the benefits.
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  • Nuclear Energy
    Nuclear energy the future climate Nuclear energy the future climate Published June 1999 ISBN 0 85403 526 5 Copyright  1999 The Royal Society  1999 The Royal Academy of Engineering Front cover design by Alan Nanson £20.00 Printed by Holbrooks Printers Ltd Norway Road Hils
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  • Wind Energy
    The Economics of Wind Energy A report by the European Wind Energy Association Søren Krohn (editor) Poul-Erik Morthorst Shimon Awerbuch In memory of Dr. Shimon Awerbuch (1946-2007) Text and analysis: Soren Krohn, CEO, Soren Krohn Consulting, Denmark (editor); Dr. Shimon Awerbuch, Financia
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  • Solar Energy
    Public Disclosure Authorized WPS5845 Policy Research Working Paper 5845 Public Disclosure Authorized A Review of Solar Energy Markets, Economics and Policies Govinda R. Timilsina Lado Kurdgelashvili Patrick A. Narbel Public Disclosure Authorized Public Disclosure Authorized The W
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