Sources and Resources for "Brave Nuclear World?"

Part 1:

Princeton University's Carbon Mitigation Project: www.princeton.edu/~cmi/

MIT report, "The Future of Nuclear Power": http://web.mit.edu/nuclearpower/

Energy economist Doug Koplow's work on energy and nuclear subsidies:
www.earthtrack.net/earthtrack/index.asp

Nuclear Energy Institute: www.nei.org

Synapse Energy Economics report, "Financial Insecurity: The Increasing Use of Limited Liability Companies and Multi-Tiered Holding Companies to Own Nuclear Power Plants," was commissioned by Riverkeeper and is available in a link at: http://riverkeeper.org/campaign.php/indian_point

General Electric Nuclear: www.ge-energy.com/prod_serv/products/nuclear_energy/en/index.htm

NuStart Energy Consortium: www.nustartenergy.com/

Part 2:

Chernobyl.info: www.chernobyl.info/

Union of Concerned Scientists' nuclear safety program: www.ucsusa.org/clean_energy/nuclear_safety/

Nuclear Regulatory Commission: www.nrc.gov/

Nuclear waste disposal in Finland: www.posiva.fi/englanti/index.html

Nuclear waste disposal in Sweden: www.skb.se/default____8563.aspx

Nevada State Agency for Nuclear Projects: www.state.nv.us/nucwaste/

Union of Concerned Scientists' nuclear terrorism program:
www.ucsusa.org/global_security/nuclear_terrorism/

Harvard University's Project on Managing the Atom:
http://bcsia.ksg.harvard.edu/research.cfm?program=STPP&project=MTA&pb_id=240

New Economics Foundation report, "Mirage and Oasis: Energy Choices in an Age of Global Warming (the trouble with nuclear power and the potential of renewable energy)":
www.neweconomics.org/gen/z_sys_publicationdetail.aspx?pid=209

Worldwatch Institute's "Renewables 2005" report: www.acore.org/pdfs/05_MartinotRenewables2005Report.pdf

Rocky Mountain Institute: www.rmi.org/