Institute for Energy and Environmental Research

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The Institute for Energy and Environmental Research (IEER) is an anti-nuclear[1][2] organization which focuses on the environmental safety of nuclear weapons production, ozone layer depletion, and other issues relating to energy.[3] IEER publishes a variety of books on energy-related issues,[4][5] conducts workshops for activists on nuclear issues, and sponsors international symposia and educational outreach projects. IEER was established in 1987 and is based in Takoma Park, Maryland.[3]

Arjun Makhijani is President of the Institute for Energy and Environmental Research.

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  1. ^ Clayton, Mark (2011-03-14). "Japanese nuclear reactor update: Amid signs of progress, new problems". The Christian Science Monitor. "There should be much more attention paid to the spent-fuel pools," says Arjun Makhijani, a nuclear engineer and president of the anti-nuclear power Institute for Energy and Environmental Research.
  2. ^ Davidson, Keay (1998-07-20). "Activists: Super-laser may bring tiny nukes". San Francisco Chronicle. ...says a report by physicist Arjun Makhijani and his colleague Hisham Zerriffi. They work at a leading anti-nuclear think tank, the Institute for Energy and Environmental Research in Takoma Park, Md.
  3. ^ a b Dooley, Erin E. (2002). "Institute for Energy and Environmental Research". Environmental Health Perspectives. 110 (1): A19. PMC 1240717.
  4. ^ Makhijani, Arjun (2007). Carbon-free and nuclear-free: a roadmap for U.S. energy policy. RDR Books. ISBN 9781571431738.
  5. ^ Smith, Brice (2006). Insurmountable risks: the dangers of using nuclear power to combat global climate change. RDR Books. ISBN 9781571431622.

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