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We can now introduce nuclear energy as a solution to providing clean (near or at net zero emissions), less carbon emission and sustainable power needs. Nuclear power was supposed to be the promise of the “Atomic Age” back in the 1950’s. _...Read More_
We can now introduce nuclear energy as a solution to providing clean (near or at net zero emissions), less carbon emission and sustainable power needs. Nuclear power was supposed to be the promise of the “Atomic Age” back in the 1950’s. _...Read More_
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>"In this feature from the new issue of HIGHStyle, we sit down with Isodope, an influencer who is bringing climate awareness to a whole new level."
>"In this feature from the new issue of HIGHStyle, we sit down with Isodope, an influencer who is bringing climate awareness to a whole new level."
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>"For nearly a century, scientists have been tantalized by the prospect of attaining an inexhaustible source of energy through nuclear fusion. Achieving this goal is not so easy, as it turns out, but that doesn't mean exciting advances _...Read More_
>"For nearly a century, scientists have been tantalized by the prospect of attaining an inexhaustible source of energy through nuclear fusion. Achieving this goal is not so easy, as it turns out, but that doesn't mean exciting advances _...Read More_
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>"Anniversaries of the Fukushima and Chernobyl disasters highlight the challenges of relying on nuclear power to cut net carbon emissions to zero."
>"Anniversaries of the Fukushima and Chernobyl disasters highlight the challenges of relying on nuclear power to cut net carbon emissions to zero."
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>"Smaller nuclear reactors might be the bridge to a carbon-free economy. But are they worth it?".
>"Smaller nuclear reactors might be the bridge to a carbon-free economy. But are they worth it?".
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>"In recent years, much of the green left has quietly dropped its historic opposition to nuclear energy in favour of 'constructive ambiguity'. With the need to decarbonise more pressing than ever, Craig Gent asks if the left needs to get _...Read More_
>"In recent years, much of the green left has quietly dropped its historic opposition to nuclear energy in favour of 'constructive ambiguity'. With the need to decarbonise more pressing than ever, Craig Gent asks if the left needs to get _...Read More_