What Will Work: Fighting Climate Change with Renewable Energy, Not Nuclear Power

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absorbed dose, 129
access to data, 177
accident, 8, 27, 30, 31, 32, 38, 41–43, 64, 65, 72–76, 90, 99, 101, 110–161, 169, 183, 187, 200, 201, 205, 213, 215, 220, 224, 225, 228, 229, 232, 233, 238, 243, 244
accident, Windscale. see Windscale accident
accident-liability limit, 72, 73, 161; see PriceAnderson Act
accident-related economic risks, 76
accounting, cost-benefit. see cost-benefit accounting
accounting, total-cost. see total-cost accounting
Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology, 103
accuracy, radiation dose. see radiation dose accuracy
Act, Clean Air. see Clean Air Act
Act, Clean Water. see Clean Water Act
Act, Energy Policy. see 2006 Energy Policy Act
Act, Energy Workers’ Compensation. see Energy Workers’ Compensation Act
Act, Freedom of Information. see Freedom of Information Act
Act, Price-Anderson. see Price-Anderson Act
addiction, oil. see oil addiction
administration, Bush. see Bush administration
Advancement of Science, American Association for. see American Association for the Advancement of Science
advantage, competitive. see competitive advantage
aerosols, 18, 19
African American, 166
African Development Bank, 77, 223
Agency, Atomic Energy. see International Atomic Energy Agency
Agency, Energy. see International Energy Agency
agenda, military. see military agenda
agriculture, 11
a-historical ethical principles, 13
aircraft vulnerability, reactor. see reactor aircraft vulnerability
air monitor, general. see general air monitor
air pollution, 5, 8, 9, 18, 22, 34
air storage, compressed. see compressed-air-storage
Albany, 150
Al Gore, 63
allowances, percentage-depletion. See percentage-depletion allowances
Al Qaeda, 60
Alven, Hannes. see Hannes Alven
Alvin Weinberg, 246
Amazon, 10, 141
Amazon Rainforest, 10
American, African. see African American
American, Native. see Native American
American Association for the Advancement of Science, 156
American Enterprise Institute, 26
American Medical Association, Journal of. See Journal of the American Medical Association
American Meteorological Society, 12
American Nuclear Association, 128
American Petroleum, 27
American Public Health Association, 8, 75
amortization formulas, 78
Amory Lovins, xiv, 3, 4
analyses, economic. see economic analyses
analysis, cohort. see cohort analysis
analysis, epidemiological. see epidemiological analysis
analysis, influence. see influence analysis
anecdotal data, 155
aniline, 125
Annals of Internal Medicine, 69
anthropogenic climate change, 16–24, 32
anti-nuclear martyr, 40
Appalachians, 163, 164


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