Adam L. Rosenberg, Jeff Bingaman, Robert M. Simon
The proposed 2005 federal budget puts the nation at risk by shortchanging support for critical research activities.
Most energy-economic models do not provide policymakers with the information they need to make sound decisions.
Brian Richter, Sandra Postel
The preservation of ecosystem health must become an explicit goal of water development and management.
Eileen S. Vergino, Neil Joeck, Robert N. Schock, Ronald F. Lehman
President Eisenhower's hopes for nuclear technology still resonate, but the challenges of fulfilling them are much different today.
John J. Taylor
The potential benefits are enormous if we can continue to make progress on safety, environmental, fuel supply, and proliferation concerns.
Alan E. Waltar
We should not let unjustified fear of radiation create obstacles to continued progress and benefits.
William Schneider Jr.
New security challenges and improved conventional weapons mean new roles and requirements for nuclear weapons.
Michael May, Tom Isaacs
An updated Atoms for Peace program is needed to help solve problems of national and international security brought about by increased civilian use of nuclear energy.
Michael A. Levi
Contrary to popular belief, with a little technological innovation, deterrence can become a useful strategy against terrorist use of nuclear weapons.
Joseph J. Romm
We can't use hydrogen's long-term potential as an excuse to avoid taking action now on reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Daniel Sperling, Joan Ogden
We should embrace hydrogen largely because of the absence of a more compelling long-term option.
Jonathan B. Tucker