Canada is developing plans for the next generation of nuclear reactors, touted as a form of "clean growth." But there's little evidence that this technology will address climate change.
Japan's melted-down nuclear plants are the globe's most urgent and most intractable crisis.
Ontario Power Generation wants to bury low-level nuclear waste at a site just a few hundred metres from Lake Huron, the drinking water supply for 40 million people on both sides of the border.
The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission wants to transport radioactive liquid in unsafe containers 1000 km through Ontario and New York state. But environmentalists won't keep quiet about it.
As operators and suppliers like GE-Hitachi in Toronto look to further entrench their industry, we have to look no further than the victims of Fukushima to understand what's at stake.
Germany recently met half its energy needs with solar power and is showing the world that renewable energy is a viable solution.
I commemorated Chernobyl's anniversary in hopes of making clear the ongoing and horrific impacts of nuclear energy.
John Bonnar Audio Blog
Angela Bischoff from the Ontario Clean Air Alliance speaks about the connection between nuclear power generation and nuclear weapons proliferation and Ontario's plans to build new nuclear projects.
At the end of March, the Ontario Liberals received their two-year review of the Feed-In Tariff Program. The FIT was a component of 2009's Green Energy Act that aimed to procure renewable energy.
Ongoing efforts to oppose nuclear power in Quebec and New Brunswick.