Three Mile Island

Anniversary Of Nuclear Disaster At Three Mile Island Marked Near The Site

A regulatory framework that penalizes carbon dioxide emissions would improve nuclear’s competitiveness in the US, but greater policy clarity may be required for new nuclear investments to replace shuttered facilities like San Onofre and Yankee.  Nuclear is not without its detractors, which have a laundry list of concerns, ranging from potential for terrorist attacks to… Keep reading →

Nuclear

Global energy demands are at an unprecedented high and still growing.  Global demand for electricity is projected to grow over 70 percent by 2035. And here in the US, the demand for electricity is projected to grow 22 percent by 2035. Finding energy sources to power our growing population and economy and meet that demand cleanly and responsibly… Keep reading →

Dr Joxel Garcia

Crafting a sustainable energy policy will require a clear understanding of the public health risks associated with nuclear power, writes Dr. Joxel Garcia. As a public health leader for most of my life, I have spent decades working on public health issues all over the world.  One such issue that is sometimes polarizing and controversial… Keep reading →