Oz Goes Nuclear

November 21, 2006By Andy RowellBlog Post 1 Comment

A report to Autralian Prime Minister John Howard has concluded that twenty-five nuclear reactors, mainly on the east coast, could be producing a third of Australia’s electricity needs by the year 2050. The cost of nuclear power would be substantially higher than fossil fuels, but the attachment of a price on carbon emissions could make … Read More

Bush: Actually, it IS about oil

November 5, 2006By Steve KretzmannBlog Post 1 Comment

While talking to Rush Limbaugh last week, and in his last minute campaign barnstorming for Republican candidates, George Bush confirmed his fear of Islamic extremists who “control oil resources” – and then immediately talked about “a country that doesn’t like us with a nuclear weapon”. You think maybe he’s thinking about Iran? “Give me a … Read More

Blair Goes Nuclear

July 10, 2006By Andy RowellBlog Post

Tony Blair will tomorrow announce the results of Britain’s long awaited energy review, which will call for a five-fold increase in energy generation from wind, solar, tidal and agricultural sources. However the boost in renewables will be seen as trying to offset the huge criticism over Blair giving the green light to a resumption in … Read More