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The monthly newsletter from No 2 Nuclear Power, keeping climate campaigners informed about nuclear developments in the UK, and anti-nuclear campaigners about climate issues.
By Pete Roche
No 2 Nuclear Power, December 2017
Recent climate change research suggests that, over the next few decades, there will be unprecedented global change. European Union (EU) policy already seeks to mitigate change through low-carbon, energy reduction and efficiency policies – but adaptation will clearly be necessary.
By Dr Paul Dorfman
Nuclear Transparency Watch, 19th December 2017
Nearly seven years after the triple reactor meltdown, this unique nuclear crisis is still underway.
By Shaun Burnie
Greenpeace, 15th December 2017
And then there were seven – at the end of 2017, Gundremmingen B will close for good as a part of the country’s nuclear phaseout. But before it closes, it contributed to a new world record ramp. Craig Morris explains.
By Craig Morris
Energy Transition, 13th December 2017
All-renewable electricity and rooftop solar fuel are closer than you may think
Keith Barnham Emeritus Professor of Physics, and Distinguished Research Fellow, Physics Department, Imperial College London
Wed 13 December, 6.00 – 9.00 pm, University of Westminster
13th December 2017
On January 23rd, 2018, the Swedish Land and Environmental Court plans to give its opinion to the government on whether to allow the final repository for spent nuclear fuel in Forsmark.
By Johan Swahn
Nuclear Transparency Watch, 12th December 2017
German-French Arte Documentary: China, HSBC and Hinkley Point, Interview with Dr Paul Dorfman from 1.13.10 into the programme.
Libération, 11th December 2017
Andrew Warren of the British Energy Efficiency Federation says that Rolls-Royce’s calls for public subsidies are unwarranted.
By Andrew Warren
The Guardian, 6th December 2017