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Climate and Nuclear News 18 March

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CLIMATE and RENEWABLE ENERGY Renewable energy effective in stalling greenhouse gas emissions – International Energy Agency (IEA). New study shows how warm ocean currents affect Antarctic ice shelves. . Sea levels could rise to mind-boggling levels. Antarctic ice sheets melting: when will the tipping point be reached?

Climate action a winner for USA with clean energy and transport policies.  India’s massive bet on solar power is paying off.

The Importance Of The Nuclear Security Summit – five points.

UK and FRANCE France’s auditor brands Hinkley Point nuclear project as financially risky. EDF want French tax-payers’ financial aidfor UK Hinkley Point Nuclear Project.  UK Members of Parliament to question EDF executives about Hinkley nuclear project financing. New UK nuclear project Hinkley Point C – now a”dead duck”Political importance to world’s nuclear powers, of getting Hinkley project happening.

BELGIUM 30 major European cities and districts call for shutdown of aging Belgian nuclear reactors.

JAPAN. Fukushima fuel melted through containment vessels and is “spewing radiation”. Fukushima – too toxic for humans AND for robots.   The health toll of Fukushima nuclear disaster – especially workers and children. The workers of the Fukushima nuclear clean-up. Japan, US, France to team up on Fukushima clean-up: official.

After court ruling, things are grim for Japan’s nuclear industry.

USA. 

TAIWAN. Despite rain , thousands rally across Taiwan, against nuclear power.

SOUTH AFRICA. Seven key areas for concern in South Africa’s nuclear build plan.

INDIA.   Kakrapar Nuclear Plant Is Likely Undergoing A Loss-Of-Coolant Accident: Dr. A. Gopalakrishnan

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March 18, 2016 - Posted by | Christina's notes

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