Alternatives to NIMBY gridlock: voluntary approaches to radioactive waste facility siting in Canada and the United States

  • NIMBY GRIDLOCK
  • Published 2007

Abstract

nor the United States has sited a new radioactive waste management facility i n more than two decades, despite the continuous generation of new waste and the paucity of reliable disposal capacity. Both nations have stirred u p considerable political controversy in attempting to site such facilities, with aggressive local collective action consistently… (More)

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@inproceedings{GRIDLOCK2007AlternativesTN, title={Alternatives to NIMBY gridlock: voluntary approaches to radioactive waste facility siting in Canada and the United States}, author={NIMBY GRIDLOCK}, year={2007} }