In its newly published 10 point plan for a ‘Green Industrial Revolution’ the UK government has committed the country to …
For the second summer in a row, some nuclear power plants in Europe have been forced to temporarily shut down or reduce power output due to extreme heat waves. Some have suggested that this curtailment demonstrates that nuclear energy is ill-adapted to a warming climate.
The World is supposed to be on a zero carbon diet after making our first climate agreement in 1992, and yet, since 1992, CO2 emissions almost doubled.
‘What conditions and set of policies are needed to make new nuclear happen in Europe?’
If we are to succeed in keeping the global temperature rise below two degrees, we need to quickly replace our fossil energy sources with solar, wind, water and nuclear power.
Kirsty Gogan, provided her observations to Forbes on the UNEP’s decision to exclude nuclear energy’s global trade group.
NGO Energy for Humanity calls on Europe’s biggest polluters, Germany, UK, Turkey and France to develop swift and purposeful carbon reduction policies.
Executive Director, Kirsty Gogan has been asked to open the ENEF Plenary by speaking about the role of nuclear and climate in Europe.
In April, Kirsty Gogan, director of EFH was invited to Sweden, where having a totally clean electricity grid is a nice problem to have.