Southeast Asia’s emerging economies remain interested in the benefits of nuclear technology and its future applications.
Nuclear power is uniquely suited to decarbonization as it is the most practical replacement for coal.
Africa’s nations have been urged to seek out climate-conscious solutions to the challenges of continued economic development.
If the COP25-failure showed one thing, it is that we are woefully failing to employ the right means to decarbonize our energy system. This is despite the fact that a reliable low-carbon energy source is available to achieve this.
Following the Fukushima nuclear accident, which was triggered by a massive earthquake and subsequent tsunami in 2011, Japan has been widely held up as a cautionary tale for the dangers of nuclear energy - but the country is rediscovering the
The block is falling behind in its efforts to decarbonize and so mitigate the effects of climate change.