Abbiamo bisogno dell’energia nucleare per fermare il cambiamento climatico? – di Kurzgesagt

con sottotitoli in italiano! Kurzgesagt – in a nutshell pubblica un altro video a tema nucleare! Questa volta parlano di approvvigionamento energetico e impatto che questo ha sul cambiamento climatico. Noi del Comitato Nucleare e Ragione, per favorirne l’accessibilità, abbiamo lavorato esclusivamente ai sottotitoli in italiano che sono stati appena aggiunti al video da Kurzgesagt,Continua a leggere “Abbiamo bisogno dell’energia nucleare per fermare il cambiamento climatico? – di Kurzgesagt”

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Cambiamento climatico e di pensiero? – con Volt Danimarca

Oggi 9 marzo alle 19 ospiteremo l’evento organizzato da Volt Danimarca, una diretta sull’energia nucleare e sulla sua ineluttabilità negli sforzi di riduzione delle emissioni climalteranti. Saranno presentati al pubblico i dati di fatto che rendono importante la fonte nucleare nella transizione energetica, ospite il noto giornalista Anders Lund Madsen, dal passato anti-nucleare L’evento siContinua a leggere “Cambiamento climatico e di pensiero? – con Volt Danimarca”

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A Day in Fukushima

By Massimo Burbi This article was originally published in Italian here Prologue Fukushima is not a city, it’s a Japanese prefecture in the Tōhoku region where nearly two million people live. Fukushima city is its administrative capital, but the name is synonymous with disaster because of what happened about 60 km away from it, whereContinua a leggere “A Day in Fukushima”

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Nuclear Days 2019: some pictures about a successful two-day event

On November 15th, a group of 26 people visited the Slovenian Nuclear Power Plant, located in Krško, about 100 km from Ljubljana. People had the opportunity to visit the non-radiologically controlled areas of the plant, such as generators and transformers, turbine hall and secondary circuit, control room and tertiary cooling circuit. It was also possibleContinua a leggere “Nuclear Days 2019: some pictures about a successful two-day event”

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The Nuclear Pride Fest in Brussels will be a groundbreaking event for Belgium

[Original post, by Paul Bossens, published here.] Our Belgian team, Henri Marenne, Jacques Marlot and me, Paul Bossens, are convinced the Nuclear Pride Fest in Brussels on April 28th is very important and will be a success. Why? Nuclear is a  hot issue in Belgium today as the government decided to phase out nuclear powerContinua a leggere “The Nuclear Pride Fest in Brussels will be a groundbreaking event for Belgium”

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Nuclear Pride dates 2019

PRESS RELEASE Nuclear power enthusiasts in Europe should book two important dates this year: Sunday, April 28th, 2019 in Brussels, Belgium Sunday, October 20th, 2019 in Paris, France These events will build on the success of the Nuclear Pride Fest in Munich in October 2018. In Paris, in particular, we will again have a NuclearContinua a leggere “Nuclear Pride dates 2019”

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Letter to Spanish Leaders

This open letter was originally published on Environmentalprogess.org June 20, 2018 Dear Sr. Sánchez, We are writing as environmentalists, conservationists and climate scientists to applaud your country’s commitment to fighting climate change through energy policy. Spain has been at the forefront of generations of low-carbon energy technologies, from nuclear plants in the 1960s to the world’sContinua a leggere “Letter to Spanish Leaders”

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Praise be to Coal

[The dark side of Energiewende: St. Lambert church in Immerath the last victim offered to Mammon*] In AD 2018, coal (or better lignite) keeps causing “casualties” [1] even in the heart of Europe. The small village of Immerath, suburb of Erkelenz, municipality in the German region of North Rheine-Westphalia, was the last to be groundedContinua a leggere “Praise be to Coal”

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Evacuating a nuclear disaster areas is (usually) a waste of time and money, says study

In the aftermath of the Fukushima accident (rated 7 on the INES scale) Japanese authorities issued an evacuation order involving tens of thousands of people. Subsequently the Government’s nervousness delayed the return of many. In the meanwhile the World Health Organisation found that the Fukushima evacuation increased mortality among elderly people who were put inContinua a leggere “Evacuating a nuclear disaster areas is (usually) a waste of time and money, says study”

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