Nuclear for Climate, an initiative co-funded by the French Nuclear Society (SFEN), welcomes the entry into force of the Paris agreement and calls for nuclear energy to benefit from funding mechanisms such as Green Climate Funds.
The world must increase the deployment of all low-carbon energy sources, including nuclear energy, if it is to limit climate change while still meeting development goals.
The world needs to take urgent steps towards reducing greenhouse gas emissions. It cannot afford to wait for ‘advanced technologies’ or to prematurely close existing low carbon energy sources. Nuclear energy is a proven low-carbon option, available today.
All countries have the right to choose nuclear energy in order to reduce greenhouse gas emission while meeting their energy objectives
Chernobyl, 26 April 1986: Who can assess what the consequences are 30 years after: an historian, an engineer, a physicist or a citizen? What lessons can be learned?
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