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The Forces of Light: Why Supporting Nuclear Energy Is Good for the Soul
Science & Tech  (tags: Nuclear Energy, Climate Change, Zero Emissions, Future of Energy )

Brian
- 1 day ago - northwestcleanenergy.wordpress.com
Many environmentalists are taking a fresh look at nuclear energy and with good reason. Nuclear energy is not going away, just ask China...or the rest of the world.
Prosperous Living for the World in 2050: Insights From the Global Calculator
Science & Tech  (tags: Global Calculator, Energy, Interactive Tool, 2050, Reducing Emissions, Climate Change )

Brian
- 6 days ago - energyforhumanity.org
"The Global Calculator is a free and interactive model of the worldâEUR(TM)s energy, land and food systems that allows users to explore the options for reducing global emissions to 2050."
Scientific Pros Weigh The Cons Of Messing With Earth's Thermostat
Science & Tech  (tags: engineering, geoengineering, National Academy of Sciences, volcano, climate change )

Judy
- 22 days ago - npr.org
Before anyone tries to cool the Earth with technologies that could counteract global warming, there needs to be a lot more research into the benefits and risks.
See Just How Warm Winter Will Be in Your Hometown, Thanks to Climate Change ~ INTERACTIVE MAP
Science & Tech  (tags: environment, science, climate change, weather, humans, climate, research, scientists, news, interesting, habitat, animals )

CarrieSic
- 25 days ago - takepart.com
In coming decades, could frigid Buffalo, New York, experience winters as mild as Charlotte, North CarolinaâEUR(TM)s? And will Coeur dâEUR(TM)Alene, IdahoâEUR(TM)s January be as warm as Victorville, CaliforniaâEUR(TM)s?
Convene a Congressional Hearing on Aerosol Geoengineering in US - Force Change
Science & Tech  (tags: US, Weather, Climate Change, Geoengineering, Toxic Metals, Pollution, Health risks, Environment, Society, Petition to sign )

Victoria
- 37 days ago - forcechange.com
The US Air Force and Navy are experimenting with high-altitude spraying of various heavy metals to precipitate clouds without public consent. These toxic metals end up in the air, soil and water creating health risks and environmental damage.
The Antarctic Ice Sheet Is a Sleeping Giant, Beginning to Stir
Science & Tech  (tags: s Climate chScience, Environment, Climate change scepticism, Climate change, Antarctica, Sea ice )

Judy
- 48 days ago - theguardian.com
Infrastructure must adapt to shrinking southern ice sheets and sea level rise
Why Climate Change Is Forcing Some Environmentalists to Back Nuclear Power
Science & Tech  (tags: Climate Change, Emissions, Nuclear Energy, Greens, Environmentalists, Clean Energy, Emissions Reductions )

Brian
- 71 days ago - washingtonpost.com
"A new letter, signed by 71 ecologists and conservation researchers (at last count), argues that greens must rethink their nuclear power resistance"
A Strange New Gene Pool of Animals Is Brewing in the Arctic
Science & Tech  (tags: discovery, environment, interesting, investigation, research, climate change, hybrid animals, study, world )

Kathy
- 74 days ago - nautil.us
In the last 40 years, the Arctic has warmed by about 3.5 degrees Fahrenheit, more than twice the overall global rise in that same period. Already grizzly bears are tromping into polar bear territory while fish like cod and salmon are leaving their histori
Mitigation and Emissions Reduction Is Our Key to Survival, Scientists Say - ICTMN
Science & Tech  (tags: World, Environment, UN, IPCC, Climate Change, CO2 emissions, Energy, Sustainabililty )

Victoria
- 113 days ago - indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com
The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) in the Fifth Assessment Report states that fossil fuels that cause greenhouse gases have to go and alternative sources of energy need to be implemented. This needs to happen rapidly.
I-Wonder: Did Climate Change Make Us Intelligent ?
Science & Tech  (tags: climate change, science, environment, human brains, Earth )

Ray
- 122 days ago - bbc.co.uk
About two million years ago, something extraordinary started happening in the Great Rift Valley in East Africa.
In Tennessee, Time Comes for a Nuclear Plant Four Decades in the Making
Science & Tech  (tags: Watts Bar 2, TVA, Tennessee Valley Authority, Nuclear Energy, Low Emissions, Climate Change )

Brian
- 135 days ago - nytimes.com
The single most important benefit of nuclear energy is that, at a time when Climate Change represents the single biggest threat to humanity, our development of Next Generation Nuclear facilities is our best chance for changing the course of Climate Change
DNews: The Future Of Clean Nuclear Energy Is Coming   video
Science & Tech  (tags: Energy, Climate Change, Carbon Emissions, Next Generation Nuclear, Molten Salt Reactors, Thorium, Recycling Waste, Passive Safety, Non-Proliferation )

Brian
- 142 days ago - youtube.com
"Nuclear power has been around for decades, and it accounts for 19% of energy in the United States. Julian is here to discuss how scientists are now looking at how molten salt reactors might be changing the way we create energy"
Attention to Climate Change Is On the Rise. Nuclear Energy Is An Essential Part of the Solution
Science & Tech  (tags: Climate Change, UN Climate Summit, IPCC Report, People's Climate March, Decarbonisation, Reducing Emissions, Nuclear Energy )

Brian
- 147 days ago - theenergycollective.com
"The Economist published a very interesting figure demonstrating that, when it comes to energy production, the worldwide use of nuclear power is second only to hydro (and not by much) in having reduced global emissions to date."
Why Doesn't U.S. Recycle Nuclear Fuel?
Science & Tech  (tags: Recycling, Reuse, Energy, Nuclear Energy, Nuclear Waste, Disposal, Zero Carbon, Emissions Reductions, Climate Change )

Brian
- 152 days ago - forbes.com
"France, Great Britain and Japan, among other nations, realized that spent nuclear fuel is a valuable asset, not simply waste requiring disposal. As a result, France today gets 80 percent of its electricity with nuclear power, much of it by recycling."
Thorium the Holy Grail of Nuclear Power
Science & Tech  (tags: Thorium, Nuclear Energy, Kerr, Thorium Power Canada, Climate Change )

Brian
- 153 days ago - bnn.ca
"Thorium is more abundant, lasts longer and is more efficient than uranium when being used as fuel for nuclear energy. David Kerr, CEO of Thorium Power Canada joins BNN to explain why thorium will be eventually beat out uranium."
 

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