Los Angeles Times

Nuclear waste will be downgraded for easier disposal under a controversial Trump administration change

The federal Department of Energy is changing how it will dispose of nuclear weapons waste, reclassifying what was formerly considered high-level radioactive material to a lower standard, officials said in a formal notice Wednesday.

The new approach triggered immediate opposition in Washington state, South Carolina and Idaho, which contend

Stai leggendo un'anteprima, registrati per continuare a leggere.

Altro da Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times4 min letti
Review: Disneynature Doc 'Elephant' Is Gorgeous If Much Too Obvious (tusk, Tusk)
By sheer coincidence, the new feature-length documentary narrated by Meghan Markle - or as she is billed on screen, Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex - is about a majestic family whose way of life, though rooted in centuries-old traditions, has never fel
Los Angeles Times4 min letti
Movie Guide: 'Never Rarely Sometimes Always' And 15 More Critics' Picks To Watch At Home
"Never Rarely Sometimes Always" - Reviewing this a few weeks ago, I noted the exceptional timeliness of one of the most honest and empathetic American movies about abortion rights in recent memory. And yet Eliza Hittman's beautifully observed indepen
Los Angeles Times6 min letti
Mary McNamara: The Author Of 'Blue Highways' On His New Novel And The Art Of Traveling In Place
A man who knows the road well enough can learn to travel in place. And that can come handy when the road, or the places along it, are denied him by pandemic or the cussed realities of age. William Least Heat-Moon is just such a traveler. In 1978, he