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  • Should Nuclear Energy be Expanded to Help Create a More Sustainable Future? This was the question that Hofstra University posed to debaters in its second annual Pride and Purpose Debate last Thursday, November 20, 2014. The debate panelists brought together to discuss the environmental, fiscal, and policy issues pertaining to the expansion of nuclear energy were: Arnie Gundersen of Fairewinds Energy Education, Heidi Hutner director of sustainability studies and associate professor of sustainability and English at Stony Brook University, J Bret Bennington professor of geology at Hofstra University, and Paul Wilson spokesperson for the American Nuclear Society and professor of nuclear engineering at University of Wisconsin- Madison.

    Hofstra Nuclear Debate

    Should Nuclear Energy be Expanded to Help Create a More Sustainable Future? ...

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  • French Nuclear Cycle Crash

    French Nuclear Cycle Crash

    France has been a world leader in nuclear power, deriving almost 80% ...

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  • SRS Watch

    10 Year Delay in SRS Mox Plant Construction

    Nuclear Regulatory Commission Grants 10-Year Extension of MOX Plant Construction Authorization, Underscoring ...

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  • Arnie The Wave

    The WAVE

      Is nuclear power a sustainable or safe solution to ongoing energy ...

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    Detonation in Space

      What would happen to our electronic and digital world if terrorists ...

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  • Chiho Kaneko (left) and Rachel Clark  were happy to march together for a nuclear free future.

    Fairewinds on the March

    ­­Now is the Time No matter what one’s political persuasion, it is ...

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