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Dealing With Carbon and Climate Change Through Nuclear (Michael Madsen, IAEA) Austria
04.Nov.2019
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IAEA, International Atomic Energy Agency, Michael Madsen - Office of Public Information and Communication: Hosted jointly by the IAEA Department of Nuclear Sciences and Applications and Department of Nuclear Energy, the event brought speakers together to discuss the biggest culprit of climate change: carbon. Going on down through many nuclear organizations in Europe and North America, the nuclear industry repeats the warning of catastrophic man-made global warming and man-made ocean acidification. Some day these nuclear experts and advocate will have to face the fact that these events they are concerned about are caused mostly by nature. Their expertise and motives will be questioned. Instead, they should be working to solve the problems that are holding nuclear back, even killing it.

Many nuclear energy organizations, some nuclear professionals and many nuclear energy advocates warn of serious man-made global warming from carrbon dioxide from fossil fuels. Most of these nuclear experts and advocates are not experts in climate science. If (when) their alarmism is proven false they won't have much to stand on as experts for nuclear energy. Very unfortunate. Many nuclear energy organizations, some nuclear professionals and many nuclear energy advocates warn of serious man-made global warming from carrbon dioxide from fossil fuels. Most of these nuclear experts and advocates are not experts in climate science. If (when) their alarmism is proven false they won't have much to stand on as experts for nuclear energy. Very unfortunate.
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