No immediate danger / William T. Vollmann.
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Summary:The first volume in a timely series about climate change and energy generation focuses on the consequences of nuclear-power production through the events and aftermath of the Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan in 2011.
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- ISBN: 9780399563492
- ISBN: 0399563490
- Physical Description: xx, 601 pages : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm
- Publisher: New York, New York : Viking, 
- Copyright: ©2018
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When we kept the lights on -- PRIMER. What was the work for? -- About waste -- About demand -- What was the work for? (continued) -- About power -- What was the work for? (continued) -- Carbon ideologies approached. About data -- About data suppression -- About disbelief -- "Consider it good fortune" -- Carbon ideologies defined -- About carbon -- About agriculture ; About industrial chemicals -- The parable of adipic acid -- About manufacturing -- About transportation -- About power plants -- Power and climate -- About solar energy -- About greenhouse gases -- About fuels -- NUCLEAR. Nuclear ideology -- About uranium -- About nuclear reactors -- Lower than for real estate agents -- March 2001: When the wind blows from the South (Fukushima) -- February 2004: Harmful rumors (Fukushima) -- October 2014, with a Hanford Excursion in August 2015: the Red Zones (Hanford, Washington; Fukushima) -- Normalization on the rocks -- Postscript: Japan sees the light.
The first volume in a timely series about climate change and energy generation focuses on the consequences of nuclear-power production through the events and aftermath of the Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan in 2011.