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Mr. Christopher C. Paine

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Director, Nuclear Program

Washington , DC On

Employment History

  • Senior Policy Advisor ,
    NRDC Nuclear Program
  • Senior Nuclear-Weapons Policy Analyst
  • Senior Policy Analyst At Nuclear Program
  • Head of the Nuclear Program
  • Senior Analyst
    Natural Resources Defence Council
  • Director of the Nuclear Programme
    US Natural Resources Defense Council
  • Senior Analyst In the Nuclear Program
    Natural Resources Defencs Council
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Christopher Paine, Director, ..., 14 Feb 2013 [cached]
Christopher Paine, Director, Nuclear Program, Washington, DC On January 31, 2013, I appeared before the five-member Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) in Rockville, Md., to present NRDC’s views on the agency’s rules governing (and sharply limiting) ...
Iraq's calutrons: 1991 - 2001 [cached]
- Dr. Christopher C. Paine, NRDC, Washington
[CPEO-MEF] Court: DOE Stacked NIF Reviews, 2 Oct 2002 [cached]
"All of these committees have suffered from a lack of independence, a lack of balance and an intense pressure to come up with the 'correct' findings, namely that the project should go forward," said Christopher Paine, a senior nuclear-weapons policy analyst at the NRDC."It certainly will add to Congress' skepticism about NIF."
In 1999, Livermore lab and DOE officials admitted construction of the giant laser-fusion project was at least $1 billion over its original $1.2 billion budget and well beyond schedule.In lieu of canceling the NIF's funding, Congress called for a series of reviews to be certain Livermore lab's revised NIF budget and schedule were credible.Ever since, Sullivan found, energy officials repeatedly relied on the disputed panels and their reports to reassure Congress of "high confidence that the project can be successfully completed" and that NIF should proceed.
Paine said the ruling will make it more difficult for the Energy Department to "stack the deck" on reviews of major science projects.
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ENN Affiliate News - Bush Administration Wasting Billions on Nuclear Weapons Stockpile Research and Production, Report Charges, 13 April 2004 [cached]
"The Energy Department is asking Congress for $6.8 billion for nuclear weapons projects for next year's budget -- double what we spent a decade ago," said Christopher Paine, a senior policy analyst at NRDC's Nuclear Program and author of the report.
"DOE has pursued these projects over the past decade with little accountability or oversight, consuming vast sums of money along the way," said Paine.
"In a real world sense, however, this hardly matters," Paine pointed out, "because if the United States adopted a sensible nuclear arms reduction policy, the facility would not be needed for decades."
At $6.5 billion, the current level of annual U.S. spending on nuclear weapons greatly exceeds the $4.2 billion (in 2004 dollars) the nation spent, on average, every year throughout the Cold War, which stretched from 1948 to 1991.Over the next five years the Bush administration plans to spend $36.6 billion to modernize the nuclear weapons stockpile and laboratory production complex, including $485 million to develop, test, and begin production of the controversial robust nuclear earth penetrating warhead.
Developing a new generation of nuclear weapons could restart an international arms race, Paine said, making the world less secure.
Christopher Paine, with the ..., 6 April 2010 [cached]
Christopher Paine, with the Natural Resource Defense Council, is disappointed that the Obama policy does not fully address the danger posed by nuclear arsenals: That was Christopher Paine, the head of the NRDC Nuclear program.
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