Even as the world abondons nuclear power, the Indian government and industry are pushing for it
‘It is not just a nuclear risk, but a climate risk’
Jan Haverkamp, a nuclear expert of Greenpeace (Central and Eastern Europe), spoke to Down To Earth on about Akademik Lomonosov — the …
Simply put: Nagasaki Day 2019
In Australia nuclear becomes latest round in energy wars
The Australian government has formally reopened the highly contentious debate on nuclear power by referring the issue to a parliamentary …
Bad policy decisions in 2018 impacted renewable energy growth: Report
In India too the new investment in the sector decreased by 16 per cent compared to 2017
Will new categorisation of hydropower plants lead to sector's revival?
The Union Cabinet recently brought all hydro power projects of more than 25 MW capacity under renewable category which caused a jump in their …
Scientists meeting in France seek more funds for nuclear energy
They claim nuclear energy, being clean, would help mitigate climate change
Kaiga nuclear plant expansion: Expect body blow for Western Ghats biodiversity
Rich tropical forest, vibrant wildlife, water of Kali river will be in line of destruction
Want to solve climate problem? Nuclear isn't the answer
Alternatives to nuclear energy, in particular renewable sources of electricity like wind and solar energy, have become drastically cheaper.
Energy in news on June 7
Here’s a round-up of today’s news reports and debates on energy
Seeing the Light: The Case for Nuclear Power in the 21st Century
Nuclear power is not an option for the future but an absolute necessity.
Nuclear's unclear leap
Is India's failure to bag foreign reactors the real reason behind its announcement to set up 10 nuclear plants on its own?