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This Wednesday 31st July from 10pm I am pleased to represent the Australian Nuclear Association and be invited onto ABC Nightlife this Wednesday 31st July on ABC Nightlife.Starts at 10pm and the topic is Should Australia consider a nuclear powered future?.https://www.abc.net.au/radio/programs/nightlife/   ...

[embed]https://youtu.be/myzULOqn95g[/embed] In the face of record hot summers, it has become clear that renewable energy from wind and solar combined with ageing coal power stations can neither meet our peak demands nor the challenge of carbon emissions reductions. The whole reason for a transition away from coal...

Position paper by SFEN November 14, 2018 Nuclear energy is a key part of the solution to climate change Climate change is the most significant threat to our planet today, and yet just three years after the Paris Agreement the world is significantly behind in meeting its...

Submission made to NSW Department of Planning and Environment objecting to the Hume Coal approval on the grounds of its impact on the environment through its global warming impact. Hume coal submission Parker Hume coal submission Word File...

Blog takes you to link to download Images and narrative  of my three days traveling through impacted communities Three days in Fukushima - Word version Three days in Fukushima - pdf version A surprising story...

World Energy Outlook Sees Possibility Of Significant Increase In Nuclear Share By 2040 Policies & Politics As reported on 16 Nov 2016 by NucNet: World electricity generation from nuclear energy could range from 3,960 TWh to 6,101 TWh by 2040, increasing from around 2,535 TWh in 2014...