The Voices’ Newsletter
The boom in non-conventional hydrocarbons over the last ten years may have overshadowed the uncertainties surrounding the sustainability of oil supply.
A new hope. A country that takes its climate goals seriously. A country that calls on a panel of recognized technical experts to help answer them.
In this 2nd episode of our series on Benelux, we examine a country with hot news in energy, and thus in climate: Belgium.
Episode 1 – Luxembourg and nuclear power: if NIMBY were a country… The government makes no mystery of its anti-nuclear policy and publicly hopes that Cattenom would be closed. Still, the country imports 85% of its energy.
World pro-nuclear movement exists ! The pronuclear citizens’ movement takes shape… Here are the best moments of the Stand Up 2020 which took place in Paris this time.
The links between these two processes – by which the energy of atomic nuclei is converted into usable energy – are still tenuous but are developing with the construction of ITER.
The premature shutdown of the two reactors at the Fessenheim nuclear power plant is a political act, unrelated to their quality or performance…
Shutdown of the Fessenheim nuclear power plant – global citizens speak out about the absurd ecocidal decision. This shutdown is to be shown for what it is: a health, climate and economic scandal.
Studies in several countries, since the 1990s, show that women have a marked tendency to be more opposed to nuclear power than men, especially in developed societies…
At the voices, we decidet to propose you an inspiring and entertaining list, neither perfect nor exhaustive, of cultural references and paths for reflection on nuclear power and its role in society