Despite the world’s leading experts conclusion that a massive expansion of nuclear energy is an indispensable tool for dealing with climate change, some EU countries remain antinuclear.
How can the world rapidly decarbonize the energy sector to meet both climate goals and a growing demand for energy?
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CNL has selected the first recipients of new support to accelerate the deployment of small modular reactors (SMR) in Canada.
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“If nuclear is excluded from sustainable finance, it will result in both new build and life extensions for existing fleet being more difficult to finance, making our climate challenge harder, more expensive, and more likely to fail.”
Open Letter: “We believe that the urgency of the climate crisis is reason enough to abandon the nuclear phase-out in Belgium and Germany.”
The UK’s Nuclear Innovation & Research Advisory Board (Nirab) has recommended that the UK Government should consider investing up to GBP1 billion between 2021 and 2025 to boost nuclear energy innovation.
Open letter from scientists, scholars, and concerned citizens to warn of a persistent anti-nuclear bias in the recent IPCC report on keeping global temperatures from rising 1.5 degrees above pre-industrial levels.