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Nuclear Waste at NY Facility in Political Limbo

Increasing reliance on nuclear power is one of the key ways of curtailing future climate change. That’s according to the United Nation’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. But as older nuclear plants reach the end of their operational life, managing the waste left behind has become an ongoing national issue.

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Duquesne forms Research Institute for Energy and the Environment

Citing the Marcellus Shale gas industry, as well wind and nuclear energy developments, Duquesne University in Pittsburgh has formed a Res

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President Promotes Clean Energy and New Technology in State of the Union

President Obama dedicated four minutes of the hour-long State of the Union address to energy and the environment.

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Bringing the Message of No Nukes to the Faithful

President Obama recently said he will ask Congress to ratify the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty, but that the US will continue to modernize its

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