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  • Radioactive water worry at plant Sun, 27 Mar 11, 5:28pm
    Officials in Japan said the radioactivity in water at a crippled nuclear plant is testing 10 million times higher than normal.
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  • Nuclear plant operator criticised Sun, 27 Mar 11, 11:27am
    Japan's government has revealed a series of missteps by the operator of a radiation-leaking nuclear plant, including sending workers in without protective footwear in its faltering...
  • 'Lights out' events for Earth Hour Sun, 27 Mar 11, 7:27am
    People in 134 countries and territories including the UK are switching off their lights for an hour to support action to create a sustainable future for the planet.
  • Labour's nuclear position 'absurd' Sun, 27 Mar 11, 1:26am
    Competing visions for the use of nuclear power in Scotland will be a "major" issue of the Holyrood election, SNP leader Alex Salmond says.
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  • Nuclear plant cooled by fresh water Sat, 26 Mar 11, 11:26pm
    US naval barges loaded with fresh water are speeding towards Japan's overheated nuclear plant to help workers scrambling to stem a worrying rise in radioactivity and remove dangerously...
  • China sticking with nuclear power Sat, 26 Mar 11, 7:26pm
    China said it has faith in the safety of its nuclear power technology and will not scrap plans to expand its domestic industry because of Japan's crisis.
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  • Contamination fears rise at plant Sat, 26 Mar 11, 7:26pm
    A possible breach at Japan's troubled nuclear plant has escalated the crisis anew, two full weeks after an earthquake and tsunami first compromised the facility.
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  • Putting a value on forests Mon, 23 Feb 15, 11:00pm
    The day I first set foot in a tropical rainforest, in Malaysia in the early 1980s, I experienced something profound. From the echoes of gibbons calling from the canopy in the early...
  • The financial cost of the diseases of modern civilization is almost double the budget of the National Health Service, writes Jules Pretty, while the economy has grown past the...
  • For those tired of winter, you’re not alone. Electric cars hate the cold, too. Researchers have conducted the first investigation into how electric vehicles fare in different...
  • For the first time, ENERGY STAR is certifying clothes dryers. Starting this past President’s Day weekend, 45 models of ENERGY STAR certified dryers, from five different manufacturers,...
  • Going Tubeless Fri, 20 Feb 15, 1:09am
    Recently one of the country’s most popular paper goods suppliers, Scott Products, did away with the cardboard inner tube inside of its toilet paper rolls and is now going tubeless...
  • Israel’s largest landfill dump has undergone a massive makeover that has seen the mountain of garbage turn into a 2,000-acre ecological park three times the size of...
  • How much sleep do you really need? Thu, 12 Feb 15, 9:26pm
    Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine researcher Lydia DonCarlos, PhD, is a member of an expert panel that's making new recommendations on how much sleep people...
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