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Letter From Pawling, New York: An Afternoon at Nuclear Lake
A secluded, Edenic lake just a mile off the Appalachian Trail was once the site of a fight in which locals tried hard to keep people away from what they believed to be an environmental menace. Were they right to?
Does a New Department of Energy Order About Worker Safety Violate the Atomic Energy Act?
Numerous officials from the federal nuclear safety board are saying that it does, and, in the process, puts the health of workers at serious risk.
The Man Who Wants to Fix the Climate. Can Anyone Stop Him?
Most scientists oppose Russ George's efforts to fix the world's climate. But who's going to do something about it?