Entries Tagged as 'nuclear power'

A Critical Look at ‘Pandora’s Promise’

June 28th, 2013 · 2 Comments · energy policy, environment

By Denise Tessier I’d like to digress from local media criticism to expand on a link  I placed in my June 14 post, which directed readers to a New York Times blog discussing the pro-nuclear energy film, “Pandora’s Promise.” I had included the link because it gave credence to the notion that despite Fukushima and […]

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Journal “Making Do” Without an Environment Writer

June 14th, 2013 · No Comments · Uncategorized

By Denise Tessier In this case, it was better late than never. And admittedly, once it ran, it was a good story, given full play at the top of the front page on the week’s highest circulation day, spilling over onto a near-full page inside. But the Journal was behind other local media in running […]

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A Pattern of Omission

November 19th, 2011 · No Comments · Uncategorized

By Arthur Alpert It’s perhaps a newspaper’s most fundamental decision – what to cover and what to ignore. For a critic, it’s easier to examine what is published, of course, than identify what’s missing. But when you can do the latter and, better yet, find discernible patterns in the tapestry of unpublished news, that’s very […]

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