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Monday, January 9, 2017

Interactive of nuclear reactor construction

The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists is pleased to announce several new and important contributions to the debate over nuclear power's role in a low-carbon economy, including a fantastic new interactive of global nuclear reactor construction since 1951. The interactive was built in partnership with the World Nuclear Industry Status Report, Visioncarto, and the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting. Please contact me if you have any questions about the interactive or about the debate happening now at the Bulletin.
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Janice

World Nuclear Power Reactor Construction, 1951-2017: http://ow.ly/z0vS307P5lV
Does deep de-carbonization require nuclear power?http://ow.ly/U2G0307OXDD

Symposium report: Getting to deep de-carbonization: What role for nuclear power? http://ow.ly/aBEe307P5yO

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Anonymous said...

Why do I need a low carbon economy? Does carbon cause cancer like cigarettes, sunlight, steak, pork alcohol, mary jane, smokeless gunpowder, strippers and certain kinds of intercourse?

Anonymous said...

Nova on PBS just ran a nice episode on Nuclear power plants and explained clearly why new designs are inherently safer and a better option for large scale power production.

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/tech/the-nuclear-option.html

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