ncg in the news …
11 September 2017, 14.00-15.00 hrs
Houses of Parliament, Palace of Westminster, London
Organised by Dr Paul Dorfman
In the first of a series of articles on the local and social legacies of nuclear energy, Andrew Blowers looks at where and why these legacies have come to pass.
By Prof Andy Blowers
Town & Country Planning, August 2017
Conway Hall, London, 17 June, 2017
Organised by Dr Ian Fairlie with ncg speakers
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Hopes of a nuclear revival to combat climate change have been dashed as another prestige project runs into trouble. The nuclear revival the global industry has been hoping for took another hammer blow this week when two reactors under construction in the US state of South Carolina were abandoned, only … [Continue Reading]