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Nuclear Energy in the World 10 Years After Fukushima
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Nuclear Energy in the World 10 Years After Fukushima
March 22, 2021

The March 2011 Fukushima disaster was the most severe nuclear accident since Chernobyl. Its terrifying consequences led some countries to reconsider their attitude to nuclear energy with states like Germany deciding to phase out the technology. However, elsewhere, nuclear power continues to be a major source of electricity supply.

A Green-Washed Global Economy – A Delusion That May Crash It
March 22, 2021

Today, the western Establishment is implementing a double re-boot to its dilapidating legitimising myth, Alastair Crooke writes.

A Green-Washed Global Economy – A Delusion That May Crash It
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In First Week As President, Joe Biden Tosses Women, Unions and the American People Under the Globalist Bus
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In First Week As President, Joe Biden Tosses Women, Unions and the American People Under the Globalist Bus
January 29, 2021

Anything that remotely promotes the interest of the nation will be ostracized as racist and working to the advantage of white supremacist tendencies.

Oak Flat: Trump’s Final Middle Finger to the Environment
January 20, 2021

The U.S. Forest Service will release the final version of the environmental analysis for the Resolution Copper Project and Land Exchange in three days’ time and a full year ahead of schedule as a result of pressure from the Trump administration, according to local officials.

Oak Flat: Trump’s Final Middle Finger to the Environment
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Could the Next Standing Rock Be Brewing in Northern Minnesota?
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Could the Next Standing Rock Be Brewing in Northern Minnesota?
December 26, 2020

The tension is palpable in northern Minnesota where a Native-led protest movement is getting ready to square off with Enbridge over the massive Line 3 oil pipeline being built to carry crude from Canada to the Great Lakes. By Alan […]

Under Guise of Green Energy, Israel Entrenches Itself in Syria’s Golan Heights
December 20, 2020

If Israeli energy firm Energix is successful, a sprawling complex of wind turbines will soon cover up to a quarter of the agricultural land still under the control of Syria’s indigenous Golan residents.

Under Guise of Green Energy, Israel Entrenches Itself in Syria’s Golan Heights
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Going Green? Personal Car Seems to Be a Cheaper Alternative to Public Transport in Too Many Places
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Going Green? Personal Car Seems to Be a Cheaper Alternative to Public Transport in Too Many Places
December 7, 2020

In too many places around the world driving a car is cheaper than using public transport. This is especially true for the era of cheap oil. How are we going to get green then?

Holistic Solutions to the North American Water Crisis: China’s New Silk Road and NAWAPA Revisited
December 3, 2020

Currently, the USA faces a variety of existential crises – some natural and others man-made. In the case of the water crisis we can say that it is a bit of both, Matthew Ehret writes.

Holistic Solutions to the North American Water Crisis: China’s New Silk Road and NAWAPA Revisited
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