Australian news, nuclear and uranium wrap up for the week
Mainstream press continues to tout uranium as having a great future- despite share prices showing otherwise – over the year Energy Resources of Australia (ERA) shares fell by 82.1%, Cameco by 50%, Uranium One by 45%, Paladin 70%. Analysts predict continued low prices for uranium, with a dubious future for nuclear power – even China having doubts now..
Concern arises over the derailed train in Northern Territory – potential for future nuclear transports, uranium , and the planned radioactive waste transports. With climate change bringing more extremes of weather, the dangers of flooding in NT become more important.
Martin Ferguson astounds us all again, as he has engineered a private spy company to watch environmental activists. The National Open Source Intelligence Centre – a nice little commercial venture for Jody and Amanda Lambden, of Croydon, Victoria. This private spy body, unlike ASIO etc, is not accountable to Parliament. – Christina Macpherson
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