Is dilution really the solution to pollution — especially when it’s nuclear waste that can stay radioactive for 100,000 years?
Hubert Reeves was born in Montreal, but is a household name in France, where he once directed a national research centre and appears regularly on television. He is one of many scientists (an astrophysicist, to be precise) who has switched gears recently in order to sound the alarm about climate change. His most recent publication, Terracide, was first written in French (Mal de Terre) in 2003, but has been updated for this newer translation in English.
Reeves’ overview of our ongoing environmental crises may seem a little over-generalized to some readers… [Click here to read more!]
Media release from Sierra Coalition Canada: January 29, 2009 – Environmental groups are calling for a public investigation including full disclosure of the details surrounding recent nuclear accidents at AECL’s Chalk River Labs. The Canadian Nuclear and Safety Commission (CNSC) and Atomic Energy of Canada Limited (AECL) failed to inform the public about a December…