ncg in the news …
Quoting Dr Paul Dorfman.
Eurasia Review, 7th January 2021
The International Energy Agency claims nuclear investment would have to dramatically increase from the level of $50bn in 2018 to meet sustainability goals.
Quoting Prof Andy Stirling, Prof Benjamin Sovacool, Dr Phil Johnston.
NS Energy, 6th January 2021
The coast of East Suffolk is one of the most rapidly eroding sites in Western Europe and it is difficult to predict what will happen to it as climate change accelerates and sea level rises take place.
By Pete Wilkinson
Yorkshire Bylines, 3rd January 2021
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Greenpeace Environmental Trust supports Nuclear Consulting Group
After 70 years of producing plutonium in reprocessing works the United Kingdom, now with 140 tonnes of it, the largest stockpile in the world, finds it has no use for the metal – and needs to spend £4.5 billion (US$6bn) just to keep it safe. Having already spent at least … [Continue Reading]