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All Documents in Nuclear Energy, Nonproliferation, and Disarmament Tagged nuclear accident
- What if the Fukushima nuclear fallout crisis had happened here?
- There are 104 nuclear reactors in the United States. If one of them lost both primary and backup power for even a matter of hours, it could lead to a meltdown and an airborne radioactive plume. See what could have happened if a reactor in your area had a severe nuclear accident on March 11, 2011.
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- New Report: "Tectonic Shift" in U.S. Energy Use--Renewables Surging; Coal, Oil, and Electricity Down
- posted by Ralph Cavanagh, 10/8/15
- China Environmental News Alert - April 24, 2015
- posted by NRDC China Team, 4/24/15
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- posted by Bemnet Alemayehu, 11/21/14
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