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German Anti-nuclear Tradition Predates Fukushima

by Rose-Anne Clermont –Germany– A version of the following article was originally published April 8, 2011. Last month, German parliament approved plans to shut down the […]

Feature Articles, Germany, Government, Nuclear Energy, Science & Technology

Germany’s Environmental Conscience Reacts to Japanese Nuclear Crisis

by Rose-Anne Clermont –Germany– “Offshore drilling and nuclear power plants,” I wrote on my Facebook status. “Too much faith in technology or disregard for future generations?” […]

Animals & Environment, Business & Economy, Feature Articles, Germany, Japan, Nuclear Energy, Science & Technology, The World

Iran’s Unrelenting Path to Nuclear Power

The recent statements by Gen James Jones, President Obama’s national security adviser that the door is open for President Obama to meet with President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad […]

Energy, Nuclear Energy, The WIP Talk

Climate Refugees: The Human Toll of a Changing Planet

by Jessica Mosby – USA – The world’s weather is changing and millions of people will be displaced. This tragic reality is captured in the new […]

Animals & Environment, Arts & Culture, Climate Change, Energy, Feature Articles, Films & Documentaries, Interviews, Politics & Democracy, Refugees

U.S. Stimulus Plan to Boost Geothermal Energy Prospects

by Kimberly N. Chase – USA – In an unmarked meadow by the side of the road at The Geysers, the 30-square-mile steam field about 70 […]

Business & Economy, Energy, Feature Articles, Science & Technology, Technology, United States

India Ramps up Nuclear Power with Help from the United States

by Priyanka Bhardwaj – India – At the insistence of the United States, India has been granted global “nuclear exception” status despite being a non-signatory on […]

Business & Economy, Energy, Feature Articles, India, Nuclear Weapons, Politics & Democracy, Technology, United States

Green Hawks in the Pentagon: the American Army Is on a Green Mission

by Eva Sohlman – Sweden – Former CIA director Jim Woolsey eagerly leans across the table in the swanky restaurant of the Carlton-Ritz Hotel in Washington, […]

Business & Economy, Energy, Feature Articles, Military, Petroleum, Politics & Democracy, Science & Technology, Technology

Creating Sustainable Cities: The Bay Area and New York City Lead the Way

by Michelle Chen – USA – Angela Greene has a tough job: she and her workcrew scale the rooftops of Richmond, California to run wires, lay […]

Activism, Animals & Environment, Business & Economy, Energy, Feature Articles, New York City, San Francisco, Science & Technology, Technology

Nuclear Proliferation: The Irony of Bellicose Rhetoric

by Katharine Daniels Executive Editor, The WIP – USA – Five long years after the 2003 invasion of Iraq the chatter coming from the White House […]

Feature Articles, Nuclear Energy, The WIP Editorial, The World

Threatening Tides: Extinguishing Ecosystems and Communities in the Name of Hydroelectric Power

by Michelle Chen – USA – “Rich men dam the water Flooding the hill rice field, causing problems for Mother Rich men dam the river Flooding […]

Animals & Environment, Business & Economy, Conservation, Energy, Feature Articles

As the Power Supply in Zimbabwe Becomes Unreliable, Families, Industry and the Economy All Suffer

by Lelety Mabasa – Zimbabwe – Vongai stumbles into the house and fumbles as she pulls her room key from her bra. After she struggles with […]

Business & Economy, Energy, Family, Feature Articles, Zimbabwe

Are Biofuels Really the Answer? New Studies Blow the Lid Off Biofuel Production and the Price the Planet Will Pay

by Katharine Daniels Executive Editor, The WIP – USA – The issue of deforestation hasn’t been on my radar for some years. It is one of […]

Animals & Environment, Conservation, Energy, Feature Articles, Technology, The WIP Editorial