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The World Nuclear Industry Status Report 2017

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


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.


Moura Quayle

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


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.


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

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


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.


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.


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…


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…


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.


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

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


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.