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Nuclear Energy Research Initiative: NERI was created by the Department of Energy (DOE) to address and help overcome the principal technical and scientific issues affecting the future use of nuclear energy in the United States.

The Institute for Energy and Environmental Research: IEER is an organization that is dedicated to increasing public involvement in and control over environmental problems through the democratization of science. This web page provides abundant fact sheets and on-line technical training is available, as are links to numerous related web sites.

"Silver Bullet: Depleted Uranium”: CBC Canada web page documents how depleted uranium was used by the United States and other NATO allies in the Gulf War and Kosovo and is being linked to health problems in NATO soldiers. Links to media, activist and government web pages.

Uranium on the Colorado Plateau: A searchable database of uranium exploration, mining, and milling photographs on the Colorado Plateau housed at the Museum of Western Colorado.

Health Effects of Uranium: Public Health Statement detailing the health effects of uranium by the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR), of Atlanta, written December, 1990.

Uranium Information Centre: Located in Melbourne, Australia, the center was created to increase Australian public understanding of uranium mining and nuclear electricity generation. The Website contains educational resources, weekly and bimonthly news, many links, and more.




Last updated: November 19, 2004


“We do not inherit the Earth from our ancestor, we borrow it from our children”
Native American Proverb