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The World Nuclear Industry Status Report 2017

M.V. Ramana contributed to the latest World Nuclear Industry Status Report.

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Peacebuilding and white-collar crime in post-war natural resource sectors

An investigation of white collar crime in post-war natural resource sectors by Philippe Le Billon.

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Moura Quayle

Director pro tem of the UBC School of Public Policy and Global Affairs

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Old Plans, Ongoing Handouts, New Spin: Deciphering the Nuclear Construction…

M. V. Ramana and Suvrat Raju critique the Indian Government's recent announcement to build 10 megawatt pressurized heavy water reactors.

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Nuclear Power and Small Modular Reactors in Indonesia: Potential and…

M. V. Ramana explores the likelihood of Indonesia constructing Small Modular Reactors (SMRs).

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Shared Water, Shared Responsibility, Shared Approach: Water in the Mining…

This report emphasizes the importance of mining companies adopting a collaborative approach to addressing water issues in the mining sector.

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The Platform Press: How Silicon Valley reengineered journalism

A report co-authored by Prof. Taylor Owen explores how journalism is being transformed by big tech companies.

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Many shades of gray—The context-dependent performance of organic agriculture

Many people choose organic thinking it’s better for humans and the planet, but a UBC study published in Science Advances…

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Accident Scenarios Involving Pebble Bed High Temperature Reactors

M. V. Ramana, Simons Chair in Disarmament, Global and Human Affairs, has co-authored a paper on accident scenarios involving pebble…

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An Enduring Problem: Radioactive Waste From Nuclear Energy

M. V. Ramana, Simons Chair in Disarmament, Global and Human Affairs has published an article on nuclear waste.

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What is this thing called organic? – How organic farming…

Learn why organic regulations need to better incorporate environmental best practices.

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The Harper Factor: Assessing a Prime Minister’s Policy Legacy

This book, with a chapter by Professor George Hoberg, evaluates Harper's long-term impact on Canadian public policy and institutions.