in Denmark is still a hot potato--both politically and as far as the public is concerned
Topics to be tackled in the conference include fostering an international cooperation in nuclear programs, global status and prospects, legal frameworks, atomic waste
management, funding and financing, human resource development and capacity building, social communication for public understanding and even environmental considerations.
We're bleeding it dry In the name of progress The animal kingdom has been sacrificed On the altar of greed As we poison the heavens And pollute the oceans and seas Which spews forth excretia From atomic waste
So-called intelligent human beings Argue over the nuclear race Vying with each other To conquer outer space While rain forests and jungles lay Barren and bare Flood waters rage uncontrolled Does humanity care?
Louis County have, for decades, been exposed to radiation from thousands of tons of World War II-era atomic waste
that was dumped in the area some 70 years ago.
TEHRAN (FNA)- A grim "Of Special Importance" (highest classification level) report prepared by the Russian State Atomic Energy Corporation (ROSATOM) circulating in the Kremlin warned that the "potentially catastrophic nuclear event" currently unfolding at the US atomic Waste
Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP) near Carlsbad, New Mexico has prompted the White House to begin pre-staging government forces and equipment in the event a large-scale evacuation is needed.
One is believed to be an old mine in Hanover where atomic waste
thought to have been from Hitler's nuclear project was found in 2011.
The Chelyabinsk region is Russia's industrial heartland, filled with smoke-chugging factories and other huge facilities that include a nuclear power plant and the massive Mayak atomic waste
storage and treatment centre, the report added.
Let's all pray Simmons takes more care in handling atomic waste
[than] he does in handling his campaign contributions.
Language campaigners have now joined forces with the green lobby who voice fears over the dangers of a nuclear disaster and legacy of atomic waste
The 1959 Stanley Kramer film, adapted from the best-selling novel by Nevil Shute, is a story of an American nuclear-powered submarine investigating in Australia after "most of the world has been devastated by atomic waste
," a news release says.
SEE ATOMIC WASTE
USE IN SALT WATER CONVERSION--Radioactive waste products from atomic plants may soon be a source of energy for converting salt water to fresh water.
We should be aware of how much of the Ear t h we are exter minating with atomic waste