Dave Lochbaum, director of the Nuclear Safety Project at the Union of Concerned Scientists, explains how nuclear plants are decommissioned in the United States.
Month: July 2013
If the United States wants North Korea to give up its nuclear weapons program, covert communications are likely to be more successful than public pressure.
The National Biosurveillance Science and Technology Roadmap provides important information, but doesn’t describe a clear route toward improved decision making during a public health emergency.
Will cities take the necessary steps to avoid, withstand, and recover from climate change’s worst effects? The survival and economic well-being of millions depends on that.
Why there will be more Bradley Mannings and Edward Snowdens.
Once again, evidence of WMD is lacking. This time it’s in Syria.
Why climate change and nuclear weapons both belong on the Doomsday Clock.
Nuclear fusion’s roots in weapons research may work against its development as a civilian energy source.
Watching the spread of a deadly pandemic like the one in World War Z can promote better public and animal health.