Global nuclear power has prevented an average of 1.84 million air pollution-related deaths and 64 gigatonnes of CO2-equivalent (GtCO2-eq) greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions that would have resulted from fossil fuel burning.
If we are to succeed in keeping the global temperature rise below two degrees, we need to quickly replace our fossil energy sources with solar, wind, water and nuclear power.
This discussion with Ms. Kirsty Gogan, Co-Founder and Global Director, Energy for Humanity focused on deep decarbonization and the intersection of environmentalism and nuclear technology
Find out how small, advanced nuclear reactors be used to achieve a relatively cost-effective deep decarbonization of district heating, electricity, and transport fuels in a city of 1.5 million inhabitants.
New European Climate Leadership Report 2017, Measuring the Metrics that Matter published at COP23 in Bonn, Germany ranks European countries on their climate leadership.
Watch the opening sessions from the Deep Decarbonisation with Advanced Nuclear Symposium.
A new study of contemporary nuclear industry cost projections, previously unavailable to the public, provides new insight into a potential path breaking cost trend for the next generation of advanced nuclear plants.