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  • Blog Post: Wanted: New Stunt Men for Greenpeace

    The French arm of Greenpeace is probably searching for a few new recruits after two of its activists were arrested today by French authorities for paragliding onto the grounds of the Bugey nuclear energy facility and dropping a smoke bomb. The stunt is nothing more than a political ploy by the organization...
  • Blog Post: A Democrat's Take on Greenpeace

    In his latest diary at Daily Kos , N Nadir takes a closer look at Greenpeace and its methods : Greenpeace is an organization that proudly announces that it is it acceptable to deal with half of the problem of climate change two full generations from now . Never mind that the means by which this dealing...
  • Blog Post: Where the Truth Lies

    A mini-debate over at Business Week’s appropriately named Debate Room blog highlights something we often see when pro-nuclear energy meets anti-nuclear energy. See if you can spot it. First, NEI’s Vice President of Communications Scott Peterson: Nuclear plants alone won’t improve our air quality but...
  • Blog Post: Greenpeace’s Economics of Nuclear Power

    Greenpeace International recently issued a report titled “ The Economics of Nuclear Power ” (pdf). The four analysts (commissioned by Greenpeace) pulled cost information from 12 recent studies, analyzed how they differed, and even got into the breakdown ...read more
  • Blog Post: What Gets Sacrificed in a Nuclear Energy Shutdown

    Writer Mark Gunther over at the Energy Collective talks about his hesitation to renew his Greenpeace membership: If Greenpeace manages to persuade the US or other governments to "eliminate nuclear power"--that's what the headline [of the renewal letter] says--the risk of catastrophic climate...
  • Blog Post: Texas, Russia and Greenpeace Gripes

    Let’s peek in on some stories we’ve been following and see what’s what: The South Texas Project wants to build a new unit on its site and has found strong support from the San Antonio Express News: CPS customers pay rates that are routinely among the lowest of any major utility in the country. That's...
  • Blog Post: Is Bloomberg Businessweek Censoring Comments?

    Suzy Hobbes over at Pop Atomic Studios makes the case . ...read more
  • Blog Post: Following Greenpeace, Follow the Money

    Plenty of our friends in the anti-nuclear movement often go to great pains to detail many of the PR activities that groups like NEI engage in -- Sourcewatch , being just one example. But all too often, many of those same groups won't reveal the sources of their funding. Which is why this exchange...
  • Blog Post: Environmentalists for Nuclear Energy vs. Greenpeace

    In this video, Bruno Comby of the French-based organization, Environmentalists for Nuclear Energy, debates Frédéric Marillier of Greenpeace about nuclear energy: ...read more
  • Blog Post: Calling Greenpeace and NIRS to Account

    A story that ran yesterday on the AP wire regarding the resurgence of interest in nuclear energy in the U.S. certainly attracted a lot of attention, especially on a Summer afternoon. If you take a look at Digg, you'll see that almost 600 of its users "dugg" the story -- which may be the...
  • Blog Post: Catching Up with the Legacy of Lies

    Although there are views on nuclear energy that are partisan in nature, there is nothing inherently ideological about an energy source. It is what it is – whether a creature of the free market (as in the United States) or a nationalized industry (as in China) or a mix of the two (as in France.) However...
  • Blog Post: Patrick Moore’s Economic Justice

    Patrick Moore, ex-Greenpeace, sees in nuclear energy an interesting argument for what he terms “environmental justice,” which is true enough, and economic justice, used in the headline, works as well : African-American and Hispanic advocacy groups have historically been focused on civil rights, but they're...
  • Blog Post: Another Greenpeace Executive for Nuclear Energy

    First it was Greenpeace co-founder Patrick Moore seeing the light about the benefits of nuclear power , now another former director of the international environmental organization has become a convert. In an exclusive interview with The Independent , Stephen Tindale , Executive Director of Greeenpeace...
  • Blog Post: From Sweden to the Green River

    Sort of a silly article from the New York Times: Internet companies often cloak themselves in an image of environmental awareness. But some companies that essentially live on the Internet are moving facilities to North Carolina, Virginia, northeastern Illinois and other regions whose main sources of...
  • Blog Post: Moore Piece Sparks Debate Down Under

    In yesterday's edition of The Melbourne Age , Dr. Patrick Moore called on his old compatriots at Greenpeace to drop their long-standing opposition to nuclear power in light of the threat posed by climate change. In response, Australian columnist Andrew Bolt is hosting quite a debate over at the Herald...
  • Blog Post: Is Greenpeace Lessening Its Anti-Nuclear Stance?

    Probably not in the U.S., but in the UK they may be lessening their anti-nuclear stance. World Nuclear News has the story : The latest manifesto from Greenpeace UK is the first ever with no explicit anti-nuclear policies. It was launched with the tagline "Change the politics. Save the climate."...
  • Blog Post: Greenpeace Guns A-Blazin’!

    After a series of posts about Germany and its decision to keep its nuclear plants open while transitioning to renewable energy sources– and good luck on that! – it was time to move on to other subjects, however much the Germans had turned that overly tortured episode into an amusing soap opera. However...
  • Blog Post: Patrick Moore in Newsweek

    Patrick Moore , one of the cofounders of Greeenpeace and an advocate for nuclear energy, is interviewed by Fareed Zakaria in the latest issue of Newsweek . The pull quote: Greenpeace still uses the word "evil" to describe nuclear energy. I think that's as big a mistake as if you lumped...
  • Blog Post: Greenpeace Works to Block Third Reactor in Brazil

    Details from CNN . ...read more