27 Aug '16, 9pm

Pro-nuclear countries making slower progress on climate targets

A strong national commitment to nuclear energy goes hand in hand with weak performance on climate change targets, researchers at the University of Sussex and the Vienna School of International Studies have found. A new study of European countries, published in the journal Climate Policy , shows that the most progress towards reducing carbon emissions and increasing renewable energy sources -- as set out in the EU's 2020 Strategy -- has been made by nations without nuclear energy or with plans to reduce it. Conversely, pro-nuclear countries have been slower to implement wind, solar and hydropower technologies and to tackle emissions. While it's difficult to show a causal link, the researchers say the study casts significant doubts on nuclear energy as the answer to combating climate change. Professor Andy Stirling, Professor of Science and Technology Policy at the Universit...

Full article: https://www.ecnmag.com/news/2016/08/pro-nuclear-countries...

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