US and China Join Paris Agreement, Bringing it Much Closer to Taking Effect
There has been new addition to the ever-growing list of people coming around to the idea of nuclear energy as …
The U.S. could cost effectively cut carbon by 80% through a smart, combined strategy of nuclear and renewables.
Energy for Humanity presence at COP21 Paris Climate Summit.
By Linus Blomqvist, Ted Nordhaus, Michael Shellenberger You won’t hear about it from green campaigners, but many of the key …
39 societies representing 50,000 scientists from 36 countries across all five continents have joined forces to call for nuclear energy as a low-carbon energy option, and to include it in its climate funding mechanisms.
The idea we might need nuclear power to save the environment may have seen farfetched thirty years ago, at the height of the anti-nuclear movement. But it’s an idea that more and more scientists, energy experts and even environmentalists share.
Crunching the numbers on the contribution low carbon energy can make to the global challenge of climate change, now and in the future.
What you need to know about renewable and nuclear power from the International Energy Agency report: World Energy Outlook 2014.