Science & Risk
Campaign science
Nuclear risks
Food risks
Chernobyl 1996

Animals & Morals

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These are contributions to the debate on the modern problem that "objectivity", and especially objective quanitifications of risk, are derided.

"Science and the Campaigners" is my best shot at describing why most campaigners on risk are condemned to talk a species of nonsense.

"Nuclear risks" proposes that nuclear power can be seen as "natural". Food risks discusses several well known food and food production scares.

Elsewhere: my small book on risk for the IEA is a more considered account of risk - why humans like and fear it.

Chernobyl 1996 is is my account of the accident and its consequences as published in 1996.

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