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Germany Slow On Nuclear as Winter Looms
Have they finally made a decision?
Paige Lambermont | November 7, 2022
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The Emergence of Startup Cities
Privately owned cities are popping up all over the world, particularly the global south
Scott Beyer | October 11, 2022
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Japan is Ready to Address the Energy Crisis
Japan’s nuclear reactor’s may be restarting sooner than expected
Paige Lambermont | September 6, 2022
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Germany Needs to Keep Nuclear Power
The country’s last three units could be of great help during the country’s energy crisis
Paige Lambermont | August 17, 2022
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Where Russian Sanctions Stand
What countries are sanctioning Russia, and how effective are those sanctions?
Paige Lambermont | May 2, 2022
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German Aid to Ukraine Signals a Shift in its Energy Outlook
Despite its reliance on Russian fossil fuels, Germany has decided to pursue a more energy independent future
Paige Lambermont | March 17, 2022
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Macron Signals France Will Sustain Nuclear Power
Nuclear energy reassuming its roll as the linchpin of energy independence in France
Paige Lambermont | March 3, 2022
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Did Trudeau’s Crackdown Spark a Bank Run in Canada?
Five of Canada's largest banks mysteriously went offline this week after the government announced it was freezing assets of people supporting the Freedom Convoy, sparking rumors of a bank run or computer hacking
Jon Miltimore | February 23, 2022