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RT @TerrestrialMSR: #cna2017 Kirsty Gogan @Energy4Humanity says new environmentalism must be evidence-based @TalkNuclear https://t.co/Vm0Fh
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RT @UraniumNuclear: How nuclear medicine from uranium helps Australians- https://t.co/y9SHEykVXU@ANSTO 'without the reactor we don't have…
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How #nuclear medicine from uranium helps Australians https://t.co/baWYzhsjWM
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RT @ForoNuclear: En el mundo hay 449 reactores en situación de operar que generan el 11% de la electricidad mundial. https://t.co/rSPy1SZtXt
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RT @SFENorg: Convention SFEN - 30 mars 2017 ǀ Le #nucleaire accélère sa transformation #numerique ǀ Programme et inscription sur https://t.
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RT @SFENorg: Livre blanc : French tech, #transitionenergetique, #Euratom... découvrez les 6 mesures de la SFEN pour le #nucleaire https://t
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RT @ForumNucleaire: Que s’est-il passé à #Fukushima ? Et pourquoi un tel accident ne pourrait-il pas se produire chez nous ? https://t.co/X
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RT @SNEu235: Jornada "Nucléaire et EnR: Des technologies complémentaires pour la transition énergétique" (📅8/03|📍París|@SFENorg) 📝https://t
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RT @WECnuclear_EU: Providing half of the EU’s low-carbon electricity, #nuclear is key to reach #ParisAgreement targets #CleanEnergyEU https…
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RT @WECnuclear_EU: Nuclear is low-carbon & can help meet growing demand for fuel diversification in Europe https://t.co/7W9sW3cPpx #CleanEn…
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RT @edfehinkleyc: Interested in #jobs at #Hinkley Point C? Register for weekly updates on vacancies & employment events https://t.co/WgiVT5
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RT @Nuclear_Matters: Switzerland, Sweden, Slovenia. These countries & more receive at least 25% of their power from #nuclear energy. https:…
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Learn more about FORATOM's approach towards the #EUETS by checking out our position paper on this issue: https://t.co/MGE4ZgL4HV
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FORATOM: @Europarl_EN position should help to boost carbon prices but falls short of aligning the #EUETS with #ParisAgreement
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FORATOM on the #EUETS vote in @Europarl_EN: ETS reform should be more ambitious: https://t.co/k22flQTjcl
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RT @eu_eeas: Joint Press Release: #EU and #IAEA agree to strengthen cooperation during 5th Senior Officials Meeting https://t.co/ZIUzl9rfJN
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#IAEA Pushes Forward Initiative to Accelerate Nuclear Cleanup Efforts #nuclear https://t.co/qvz3YuRsXd
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RT @SFENorg: Livre blanc : French tech, #transitionenergetique, #Euratom... découvrez les 6 mesures de la SFEN pour le #nucleaire https://t
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RT @ForoNuclear: Our graphics and gifs about nuclear energy also available in English: https://t.co/QUtZaIdScX
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RT @WorldNuclear: New report from @lloydsregister finds nuclear energy "one of the cheapest options for power generation" https://t.co/YtfW
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Tom Greatrex

“The UK nuclear industry has been very clear about the importance of the provisions of the Euratom treaty, and that transitional arrangements may be required to enable bilateral agreements to be concluded when the UK ceases to be a member of Euratom, and other provisions replicated domestically. We will continue to ensure government is fully informed on these issues, and press for the appropriate arrangements to be in place in a timely manner”

Tom Greatrex, Chief Executive, Nuclear Industry Association (source: The Financial Times)

Professor Michael M. May

“Nuclear, hydro and renewables are all needed to meet climate change goals, and the 10 largest emitters of greenhouse gasses all plan to use nuclear power in some way to deal with the climate crisis”

Professor Michael M. May, Stanford University School of Engineering (source: The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists)

Leslie Dewan

leslie-dewan“The world needs nuclear power – alongside solar, wind, hydroelectric and geothermal power – if we want to ensure global access to affordable clean energy by 2030, while at the same time reducing greenhouse gas emissions.”

CEO, Transatomic Power (source: IAEA)

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