Nuclear in the Australian (again)

WWF-Australia 04-May-2006:

WWF-Australia said today it has never supported nuclear energy as a climate change solution…

The Australian 22-May-2006 (scroll to “The nuclear option”):

Burning coal and petroleum causes pollution that is associated with a range of illnesses. And concerns about climate change have seen green groups such as WWF and Labor politicians such as Martin Ferguson calling for Australia to put atomic energy back on the table — despite the objections of Kim Beazley.

Saying something three times does not make it true. Once more (for good measure):

WWF-Australia 22-May-2006:

"Australia has more renewable resources per person than any other nation on earth – we do not need nuclear power plants in this country," says WWF-Australia CEO Greg Bourne.

2 thoughts on “Nuclear in the Australian (again)

  1. Grant, Approximately a week ago you posted a note in response to a Spin of the Day on Greg Bourne, WWF and its nuclear policy (see http://www.prwatch.org/node/4789). You also posted comments on the Greg Bourne Talk page in SourceWatch
    http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php?title=Talk:Greg_Bourne

    A few days later I posted some notes responding to your points and asking for clarification on a number of points. So far there has been no response but I look forward to hearing from you.

    Bob Burton

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