The Arctic has been largely inaccessible for commercial shipping and resource exploitation, but with the ice-shelf slowly receding, not only countries are preparing to benefit economically from the region’s hidden treasures – but international firms too. One of the world’s
The Confederation of British Industry (CBI), the UK’s largest business group, wrote to business secretary Greg Clark this week urging the UK to continue building both large-scale nuclear plants and smaller modular reactors in order to help combat the climate
In moving away from coal, energy experts argue, Australia should diversify its low-carbon portfolio.
Russia is aided in its planned conquest of the Arctic by its booming nuclear industry.
Germany consumes plenty of energy. The trouble is, much of that energy is generated by fossil fuels.
A shunning of nuclear energy could result in yet more carbon emissions, according to experts.