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International Atomic Energy Agency Jul 14
Addressing requires radical transformation of energy production. At the IAEA conference, we’ll discuss the role nuclear power plays in achieving the climate goals. More info:
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GreensForNuclearEnergy Jul 7
There is not, and has never been, a Moores Law equiv. for battery storage tech. Allowing current energy policy to be informed by the reckless gamble that 100%RE w/ batt storage will save the world won't make it otherwise
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GreensForNuclearEnergy Jul 15
Oh! God knows what you'll make of this then...
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International Atomic Energy Agency Jun 16
Isn’t it time we talked about nuclear power and climate change? power provides 1/3 of the 🌏’s low carbon energy. That’s like taking 400 million cars off the road EVERY YEAR.
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International Atomic Energy Agency Jun 11
IAEA’s Board of Governors is meeting this week. Discussion topics include Iran, North Korea and the ministerial conference on nuclear power and climate change.
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GreensForNuclearEnergy Jul 6
Any 'nuclear-curious' . members out there who might be tentatively reviewing their (or their party's...) opposition to ; this is an *outstanding* thread by an authoritative voice. Pls do check it out
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International Atomic Energy Agency Jun 30
🗓 Save the date! The IAEA/ Int'l conference on and the role of power will take place from 7 to 11 October, in Vienna. Find all the info here:
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IAEA NA Oct 2
Thousands are poisoned by harmful algal blooms through consuming contaminated seafood & toxin inhalation each year. Addressing them on a global scale is becoming urgent. DYK nuclear science is helping? Here's how 👉
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Malcolm Grimston Sep 18
Fascinating films of use of nuclear techniques in monitoring and adapting to climate change - with a piece on research into algal blooms in Cuba.
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International Atomic Energy Agency Sep 17
Facebook Live: How can nuclear technology help tackle climate change? That’s what experts are discussing today and tomorrow at our Scientific Forum. 🗓 Tune in today, 9.30 am Vienna time
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Malcolm Grimston Sep 18
Heartbreaking to hear from the Bangladeshi speaker as his country helplessly watches climate change gradually destroying his country while the likes of Germany campaign to increase greenhouse gas emissions by opposing nuclear power.
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David G Osborn Sep 18
always beats hard in terms of public engagement ... we need a global movement to address - Ms Hillary Diane Andales, winner of the 2017 Breakthrough Junior Challenge, -
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IAEA NA Oct 7
What are some of the many ways that technology ⚛️ can help to address ? Watch below to find out! ⬇️
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Malcolm Grimston Sep 18
Can't remember last time I spoke at an event where welcomes began "Your Highness".
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IAEA NA Oct 1
The realities of climate change—the environmental challenge of our time—are all around us. But with help from nuclear science & technology, we can mitigate, monitor & adapt to the effects of a warming planet. Find out how
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David G Osborn Sep 18
The sum-total of - Nationally Determined Contributions - is no where near enough to meet temperature targets of the Paris Agreement - Tom Wigley, Professor, University of Adelaide
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Brendon Hammer Sep 19
At the ‘s Scientific Forum this week, 🇦🇺 Prof Tom Wigley, University of Adelaide, highlighted the role of in addressing & securing future energy needs.
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IAEA NE Jul 5
The world urgently needs proven sources of clean energy. Isn't it time we talked about nuclear power? - conf will focus on nuclear power’s role in fighting climate change.
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Hillary Diane Andales Sep 18
To rescue the Earth from climate change, we need a WORLDWIDE MOVEMENT! 🌏⚛ Thank you, , for giving me the honor of addressing this crowd of policymakers and scientists as an advocate for engaging and evidence-based climate change communication!
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International Atomic Energy Agency Jun 4
Time to get creative. Submit your data visualization ideas on power and the fight against climate change. 📅 Deadline: 15 July!
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