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Corrosion Problem Shutters Half of France’s Nuclear Reactors | The Energy Mix

Corrosion Problem Shutters Half of France’s Nuclear Reactors | The Energy Mix — Read on http://www.theenergymix.com/2022/06/29/corrosion-problem-shutters-half-of-frances-nuclear-reactors/ Will this get big noise at Sky?

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London Becomes Biggest City to Sign Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty | The Energy Mix

London Becomes Biggest City to Sign Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty | The Energy Mix — Read on http://www.theenergymix.com/2022/06/29/london-becomes-biggest-city-to-sign-fossil-fuel-non-proliferation-treaty/ Hip, hip…

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Energy treaty update fails to address climate crisis, activists say

1994 agreement allows investors to sue governments for changes in energy policy that harm their profits — Read on http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2022/jun/24/energy-treaty-update-fails-to-address-climate-crisis-activists-warn Supreme right for money making includes endangering survival of the Planet??? Should humans be upgraded to front of queue for … Continue reading

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U.S. Supreme Court Expected to Gut Emission Controls as Climate Scientists Petition for Plan B

U.S. Supreme Court Expected to Gut Emission Controls as Climate Scientists Petition for Plan B | The Energy Mix — Read on http://www.theenergymix.com/2022/06/26/u-s-supreme-court-expected-to-gut-emission-controls-as-climate-scientists-petition-for-plan-b/ Can Failed State live up to abiding by existing laws to classify greenhouse gases as poisons? The … Continue reading

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Rosyth nuclear sub to be recycled into scrap metal in ‘global first’ | Dunfermline Press

But it costs £30 million a year to maintain and store the subs and dismantling all 27 is expected to cost more than £3 billion. The Ministry of Defence has faced heavy criticism for the delays in getting rid of … Continue reading

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Scottish nuclear fuel leak ‘will never be completely cleaned up’

Nuclear leaks in the UK Windscale, Cumbria, 1957: Fire at a military plutonium reactor spread radioactive contamination over large parts of England and Europe Dounreay, Caithness, 1963-84: Tens of thousands of radioactive particles from old reactors contaminated the shoreline and … Continue reading

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Enova: How Australia’s best green retailer became victim of fossil fuel energy war

Who killed Enova Energy? A market designed for big fossil fuel companies, and by rule makers who don’t understand that small can be beautiful. — Read on reneweconomy.com.au/enova-how-australias-best-green-retailer-became-victim-of-fossil-fuel-energy-war/ Land of the fair go is long gone, again, locals undermined by … Continue reading

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Cash for clicks: the Herald Sun model can’t be the future of journalism

Cash for clicks: the Herald Sun model can’t be the future of journalism — Read on theconversation.com/amp/cash-for-clicks-the-herald-sun-model-cant-be-the-future-of-journalism-119638 in a moment of exasperation, just searched about decline in newspaper circulation, worth a quick read before standards slip any further

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“You’ll make ridiculous amounts of money:” Snowy Hydro eyes more gas generators

Snowy Hydro is hiking contract prices and may build more gas fired generators, because they would make “ridiculous amounts of money”. — Read on reneweconomy.com.au/youll-make-ridiculous-amounts-of-money-snowy-hydro-eyes-more-gas-generators/ the Bozo hired by Scomo proclaims that, because gas generators save 10% emissions when compared … Continue reading

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Who just gives away billions? Is this what the Collaery case is all about? – Pearls and Irritations

theft of multi-billions in revenue would be rich pickings for an Australian ICAC. Running at over $200 million per annum since 2009, the loss to Australia and Timor-Leste from this surreptitious change to the definition now nears $3 billion — … Continue reading

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