The ongoing global climate talks expected to culminate with an agreement at COP21 in Paris in December 2014 prompted nuclear associations and societies from all over the world to launch an initiative called Nuclear for climate. The goal of this initiative is to fuel the debate about how to fight climate change and highlight the essential contribution of nuclear energy.
The world’s biggest provider of public finance to developing countries will refocus its financing efforts towards tackling climate change, group said The World Bank has made a “fundamental shift” in its role of alleviating global poverty, by...
CO2 emissions reached 912 millions of tons, i.e. an increase by 1.1% compared to 2014, according to a new study by the think tank, Forum Ökologisch-Soziale Marktwirtschaft, commissioned by the Green parliamentary group of the Bundestag. It is mainly due to lower temperatures, the use of brown coal for electricity production and the consumption of diesel and heavy fuel.
Nuclear energy evangelists, seeing in it a carbon-free source of electricity that works whether or not the sun shines or the wind blows, are turning to China as a place to try out experimental designs. Among them is Bill Gates, the Microsoft co-founder, who is chairman of TerraPower, a Bellevue, Washington startup developing what it...
Yale Environment 360: Surprising new statistics show that the world economy is expanding while global carbon emissions remain at the same level. Is it possible that the elusive ‘decoupling’ of emissions and economic growth could be happening?
The economy and the climate will be pushed to the margins of this week’s European Council summit (17-18 March), where discussions will once again be dominated by the migration crisis. EurActiv France reports.
To solve the climate problem, policy must be based on facts and not prejudice. Alongside renewables, Nuclear will make the difference between the world missing crucial climate targets or achieving them
A new study reports that current rising temperatures already noticeably load the 'climate dice', with growing practical impacts. As a bottom line, lead author D. James Hansen argues in Environmental Research Letters that a carbon fee is needed to spur replacement of carbon fuels with clean energy. Why won't this make anti-science groups like Greenpeace and Union of Concerned Scientists happy? Hansen believes nuclear energy is part of the broad solution to less fossil fuels, which flies in the face of modern environmentalism, which dislikes nuclear and natural gas.
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