12 edition of Citizen groups and the nuclear power controversy found in the catalog.
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|Statement||[by] Steven Ebbin [and] Raphael Kasper|
|Series||The MIT Press environmental studies series|
|Contributions||Kasper, Raphael G., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||TD195.E4 E2|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||307|
|ISBN 10||0262050145, 0262550032|
|LC Control Number||73020218|
And the vendors, the sellers of the nuclear plants, were very, very reassuring: Westinghouse, General Electric. And it was only when the Union of Concerned Scientists, a new scientific group, formed in Cambridge, Massachusetts, began to really dig into this that we started to get more information. The Controversy Manual is designed for participants in scientific controversies — climate change, nuclear power, genetic engineering, vaccination, or whatever. The book is intended to be practical, offering ideas for engaging in debate. Others, including citizens, journalists and students.
The greatest achievement of this book, however, is to give the marginalized women and citizen scientists a voice outside of Japan.". — Cornelia Reiher, Pacific Affairs. “For those unfamiliar with Japan, Radiation Brain Moms gives an extensive historical memory of Japan and its complex relationship to nuclear power. In October , PG&E halted construction. This decision influenced the growing controversy in Malibu, California, where the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power had proposed to build a nuclear power plant. Following a similar string of events, the Malibu plant was cancelled as well.
Concerned about the possibility that the Japanese government’s opposition might have an adverse influence on the U.S. administration’s possible nuclear policy change, we, the Citizens’ Nuclear Information Center, together with the Japan National Congress against A- and H-Bombs (Gensuikin Congress) and the author of the website Kakujoho (Nuclear Information), sent a written proposal to. Search this group. Join Group. settingsMore. Join this group to post and comment. There is now three of us registered in the NRC books to go before the Atomic Safety and Licensing Board for the Oral Argument>dte/nrc scheduled for June 10th. A refueling at a nuclear-power plant is a mammoth undertaking involving thousands of maintenance.
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Citizen Groups and the Nuclear Power Controversy: Uses of Scientific and Technological Information (MIT Press Environmental Studies series) Paperback – Ma byAuthor: Steven Ebbin, Raphael Kasper. However, in the nuclear power controversy, the adversarial process as now constituted and administered by the Atomic Energy Commission is essentially inhospitable to the participation in meaningful ways of ordinary citizens.
Citizen groups and the nuclear power controversy: uses of scientific and technological information (The MIT Press environmental studies series) Hardcover – January 1, Author: Steven Ebbin. Citizen Groups and the Nuclear Power Controversy: Uses of Scientific and Technological Information by Ebbin, Steven, and Raphael : Citizen groups and the nuclear power controversy: uses of scientific and technological information.
Cambridge, Mass., MIT Press  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Steven Ebbin; Raphael G Kasper. Science, Politics, And Controversy: Civilian Nuclear Power In The United States, Stephen L Del Sesto Avalon Publishing, - Science - pages.
At times, the book is a bit heavy-handed as Cravens dispels myths about radiation, nuclear power, nuclear waste, and the impact of the nuclear industry on the At times, the book is a bit heavy-handed as Cravens dispels myths about radiation, nuclear power, nuclear waste, and the impact of the nuclear industry on the environment.4/5.
An analysis of the social aspects of the nuclear power controversy strongly suggests that these wider considerations Citizen groups and the nuclear power controversy book to be taken into account if a meaningful dialogue is to be initiated. In the analysis which follows, I will therefore NOT deal with the arguments that have been presented p-rs and c-on.
Nuclear Energy: the Good, the Bad, and the Debatable Learn more about nuclear technology, its benfits, and its dangers. citizen groups, are concerned about the disposal of the radioactive waste generated by the nuclear power plant accidents, or from poor nuclear waste disposal can.
They are non-fiction books which relate to uranium mining, nuclear weapons and/or nuclear power. American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer () The Angry Genie: One Man's Walk Through the Nuclear Age () The Atom Besieged: Extraparliamentary Dissent in France and Germany ().
Citizens across world oppose nuclear power, poll finds The debate over nuclear energy is fiendishly complex, but one important factor is public opinion, and people in.
However, nuclear power cannot rescue us from climate change. The vast majority of public interest and environmental groups are adamantly opposed to nuclear power. Over national, state, and local organizations have endorsed a statement clearly outlining why nuclear power.
Environmental and civil society groups have warned the government nuclear power has “no role” in Australia as crossbench independents urge it to recognise climate change as a health : Paul Karp. Groups supporting nuclear power Groups opposing some aspects of nuclear power.
Category 1: Large organizations with a focus on nuclearCategory 1:Groups with a focus on nuclear. energy targeting a broad audience. energy and alternatives to it. Description: This book traces the evolution of civilian nuclear power in the United States between anddescribing and analyzing the commercialization of nuclear energy and surveying pivotal events in the dissension that has recently accompanied its large-scale application.
Professor Del Sesto views these events in terms of three themes: federal regulation of advanced technology, the gradual entrance of more diverse interest groups into the political arena.
She has focused on the dynamics of controversy, the role of citizen's groups, the press, and governmental or legal authorities in most of her studies. Nelkin was involved personally in a science-related social controversy, when a power company proposed building a nuclear power.
Contains pamphlets and printed ephemera relating to the use of nuclear power to generate electricity, particularly Northern States Power Company’s nuclear generating plants at Monticello and Prairie Island, radioactive waste disposal, and safety measures and training.
Antinuclear movement, social movement opposed to the production of nuclear weapons and the generation of electricity by nuclear power plants. The goals and ideologies of the antinuclear movement range from an emphasis on peace and environmentalism to intellectual social activism based on knowledge of nuclear technology and to political and moral activism based on conflicts between nuclear.
Nuclear energy is among the type of energy countries have considered including in their electricity generation mix despite its controversy. This is so due to its reliability as a low carbon. Risks believed by some individuals and groups to be tolerable or accept able - such as the risks of nuclear power or industrial pollutants - are intolerable and unacceptable to others.
This book addresses this issue by exploring how particular technological risks come to. Citizens’ Nuclear Information Center, No Nukes Asia Forum Japan and Friends of the Earth Japan have set up a petition to demand that contaminated water being stored at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power .PDF | On Jan 1,Bryan C.
Taylor and others published Chapter Nuclear Legacies: Communication, Controversy, and the U.S. Nuclear Weapons Production Complex | Find, read and .Proponents of nuclear energy argue that nuclear power is a clean and sustainable energy source which provides huge amounts of uninterrupted energy without polluting the atmosphere or emitting the carbon emissions that cause global warming.
Use of nuclear power provides plentiful, well-paying jobs, energy security.