Reading Time: 5 minutesIs the government conducting too many safety inspections at the nation’s nuclear reactors?Why would staff at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission actually recommend doing fewer inspections of the nation’s nuclear plants?Would this not pose a dangerous, even catastrophic, risk to the more than 180 million Americans who live within 50 miles of a nuclear plant?Or, at a time of severe governme
Facing billions in liability from catastrophic wildfires that ravaged California last fall, the state’s biggest utility filed for bankruptcy earlier this year.
In this video, we give you the latest breaking news on an announcement made by China and Russia. We go into the actions and comments made by Donald Trump and Mike Pence on the issue. We mainly focus on the economic aspects affecting us which include the U.S Petrodollar, oil in Yuan, China’s silk road, energy and food security, plus a lot more.
In this video, Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange gives you the latest breaking news on Trump and Putin meeting in July and what that really means geo-politically, outside of what the mainstream media is parroting. We also discuss the next big BBC investigation and it’s all about energy.
Israel profits from denying power to Palestinians.
[audio mp3="http://www.corbettreport.com/mp3/2018-01-11%20James%20Evan%20Pilato.mp3"][/audio]This week on the New World Next Week: Vermont politicians try to get ahead of the pot legalization parade; people reject Kraft as the free market wins again; and DIY brings decentralization to the power grid.
On the campaign trail last year, Donald Trump announced ambitious plans to revive the struggling coal industry, bring back jobs for miners, and invest in clean coal programs. To keep that promise, he has since rolled back Obama-era regulations on coal and withdrawn from the Paris climate agreement. In response to environmental concerns, Trump has touted “clean coal” — a seemingly oxymoronic phrase — referring to the expensive technology that can capture harmful carbon emissions.