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Overload: Nuclear Sites in Fault Zones, the U.S. Chamber Versus Your Air, and More

by Ben Jervey

March 17, 2011

A map mashup of nuclear reactor sites and the USGS-described "seismic hazard zones" in the United States.

The Union of Concerned Scientists has perhaps the most helpful FAQ published yet about the Japanese nuclear crisis.

Just how necessary is nuclear power?

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce vs. our air: a brief history.

"Coal has served its purpose, but let's move on," says the American Lung Association.

Every single Republican on the House Energy Committee refused to acknowledge that climate change was real and man-made.

Overload is a daily round-up of what we're reading at GOOD Environment HQ.

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Ben is a writer and editor covering climate change, energy, and environment, and is currently the Climate and Energy Media Fellow at Vermont Law School. He was the original Environment Editor at GOOD Magazine and his work has appeared regularly in National Geographic News, Grist, DeSmogBlog, and OnEarth. He recently worked with the non-profit Focus the Nation to publish an Energy 101 primer. When living in New York City, he wrote a book, The Big Green Apple, on how to live a lower impact life in the city. A bicycle enthusiast, Ben has ridden across the United States and through much of Europe.
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