Solving Our Climate Issues with Nuclear Power
How we make energy to power our world is one of the biggest obstacles in solving our climate issues. But what is the answer? How do we make energy clean for the world?
This article published in Scientific American is quite intriguing: We Can’t Solve Climate Change without Nuclear Power by Daniel B. Poneman
Nuclear energy is the largest source of carbon-free energy in the U.S. by a huge margin and it has a major role to play in confronting the global climate challenge. But we must also be vigilant about the prospect of nuclear weapons falling into the hands of terrorists or rogue regimes.
The threat of nuclear proliferation abroad should not lead us to abandon nuclear energy at home. Indeed, American nuclear leadership has always been critical to guiding the safe, responsible use of civilian nuclear energy around the world.
Is Nuclear Power the way to go? How much do you actually know about Nuclear Power? Is it really the safest way?
What do you think about Nuclear Power for powering our world? Are you willing to give Nuclear Energy another chance?
Last December (2018) our US Congress passed a positive act called the Nuclear Energy Innovation and Modernization Act: https://www.catf.us/work/advanced-nuclear-energy/