IEER provides policy-makers, journalists, and the public with understandable and accurate scientific and technical information on energy and environmental issues. IEER’s aim is to bring scientific excellence to public policy issues in order to promote the democratization of science and a safer, healthier environment. IEER has also been featured on local and national radio and television broadcasts to discuss similar topics.
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- Traveling Wave Reactors: Sodium-cooled Gold at the End of a Nuclear Rainbow?: September, 2013
- Light Water Designs of Small Modular Reactors: Facts and Analysis: August, 2013
- Groups Rebut the Waste Storage Claims of Nuclear Industry: January, 2013
- NRC rushing through waste confidence process (press release and official comments): January, 2013
- Groups: Japanese Report on Fukushima Reactor Disaster is “Real Wake Up” Call For Sleeping U.S. Regulators: July, 2012
- IEER on “Analysis of Cancer Risks in Populations near Nuclear Facilities, Phase I”: June, 2012
- Nearly $1 Billion Vogtle Nuclear Reactor Cost Overrun: May, 2012
- A carbon-free and nuclear-free New York? (WCNY Radio): February, 2014
- Removing fuel rods from Fukushima Unit 4 (Up Front interview with Arjun Makhijani): October, 2013
- Radioactive Rainwater Overwhelms Fukushima Nuclear Plant (The Real News Network interview with Arjun Makhijani): October, 2013
- Building a Frozen Wall at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Plant (The Takeaway Radio): September, 2013
- Record Radiation Levels At Fukushima Nuclear Plant (The Real News Network TRNN): September, 2013
- What if the Fukushima Ice Wall Defrosts? (PBS NewsHour with Arjun Makhijani): September, 2013
- A look at nuclear power: do risks outweigh benefits? (CCTV America): August, 2013