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The UK faces major challenges in dealing with nuclear waste, which means an abundance of opportunity in the industry. With comments from Dr Paul Dorfman.
The Engineer, 26th April 2017
Nuclear power is often recommended to the general public by reason of two benefits: nuclear power would be a vital component of a secure energy supply for centuries to come, and it would be indispensable for climate change mitigation. The significance of the two benefits in the long run are assessed.
By Jan Willem Storm van Leeuwen
Geographical Locality Studies 2016 Volume 4, Number 1
This book looks at the early history of nuclear power, at what happened next, and at its longer-term prospects. The main question is: can nuclear power overcome the problems that have emerged?
By Prof David Elliott
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It’s quite something to find myself in a country where nuclear power is even more of a basket case than it is in the UK – and that of course is the United States of America. Not yet dead, but struggling to find a reason to go on living. And … [Continue Reading]