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sources was in danger of being squandered in a free for all, such that more ratio- nal scientific management coupled with government ownership was required to put those resources to more efficient human use. - was sought only to achieve max sustianable yield - pollution control agency - Alkali Inspectorate - EPA - libertarian paternalism - environmental impact assessment
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- CEQ - shadow pricing - cost-benefit analysis - economic rationalism - public skepticism - administrative rationalism seeks to organize scientific and technical expertise into bearucratic hierarchy in the service of the state - agency - Weber - Kai Lee - implementation deficit - adaptive management ‘ - rolling rule regime Chapter 5 and 6 (VanN) - “Inside the race for Canada’s nuclear waste: 11 towns vie to host deep burial site” Global and Mail Wilkins, C. (2017). Inside the race for Canada’s nuclear waste: 11 towns tie to host deep burial site. The Globe and Mail. Retrieved from . - com/report-on-business/rob-magazine/inside-the-race-for-canadas-nuclear-waste/ar - ticle23178848/ - Bruce Power in Lucknow is where nearly half of Canada’s nuclear fuel waste is “temporarily” stored - federally mandated body Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO), wants to bury the waste in Deep Geological Repository (DGR) - must find a municipality serving as a willing host for the repository - project would be $24 billion in spending and create jobs that aren’t temporary - 400,000 years or more will pas between the point at which the waste is buried and the day when any sort of safety sticker is posted - the industry continues to tell people they have nothing to fear, yet cites the ex- ample of Hiroshima and the dangers that accompany nuclear plants - ONtario’s 18 reactors supply nearly 60% of Ontarios energy, whereas Canada as a whole only uses 15% of nuclear energy - nuclear energy is said to be cheap, but only if one doesn’t consider costs that have been offloaded or are yet to be fully funded, such as: accident liability, waste management and the debts yet incurred in reactor construction - towns in the running are a strong of economically stressed communities across Northern Ontario’s Precambrian shoulders; with just one candidate in Saskatchewan - In 2002, Ottawa passed the Nuclear Fuel Waste Act which obliged Canadian atomic producers to create the NWTO and develop a permanent waste disposal strategy - first the 2.4 million spent fuel bundles (each the size of a fire log)will be placed in close-fitting steel containers
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- then encased by a copper container, then into and ‘igloo’ of bentonite clay which swells when wet - then placed 500-1000m deep in an area so large it would hold half a dozen soc- cer stadiums - the location must sit on rock stable enough to be drilled, dynamited, and deraci- nated for 20 years - and then, for 400,000 years may be impervious to water penetration, fluctuating ground pressure, earthquakes, climate change, terrorism, and human error - site can’t be too remote, it must be serviceable by roads and rail so the waste can
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