4 edition of The great nuclear power debate found in the catalog.
The great nuclear power debate
Gail Kay Haines
|Statement||Gail Kay Haines.|
|LC Classifications||TK9146 .H25 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||176 p.,  p. of plates ;|
|Number of Pages||176|
|LC Control Number||85010133|
Nuclear power is really old school and is silly to even consider. The problem is the government is under the influence of other energy companies that don't want the competition. However, there are still many advocates of nuclear power that believe it is the best energy source for the world for reasons such as its large production of energy, their belief that it is not a major harm to the environment, and their belief that it is better than the other energy alternatives.
Nuclear power must be mentioned as a promising alternative energy source to fossil fuels, although whether it can be considered a form of renewable energy, or whether it is truly cleaner than traditional energy, is a matter of debate. Energy from nuclear power is generated through the fission of radioactive isotopes, particularly U The Fukushima disaster showed the world that nuclear power is clearly fundamentally unsafe. The meltdown at the Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant was the worst since Chernobyl in Ukraine, 25 years earlier. Public investment in nuclear energy far out-strips investment in renewables. Nuclear plants are also expensive to set up and decommission.
In WHY vs WHY Nuclear Power, experts, Barry Brook & Ian Lowe, go head-to-head, each presenting 7 key reasons why you should say yes/no to nuclear power. After each author presents his arguments, his opponent tries to tear each of them apart, both in the book & on this website (with further rebuttals)/5(6). To celebrate the release of the first book on Nuclear Power we have set up a debate; both writers are environmentalist activists but with different points of view. Prof Ian Lowe will argue no, while Prof Barry Brook will tell us why nuclear power is a good idea.
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The great nuclear power debate. [Gail Kay Haines] -- Explains the facts behind the nuclear energy debate. Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help.
Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n library. Stewart Brand at a debate, "Does the world need nuclear energy?" This is a list of books about nuclear issues. They are non-fiction books which relate to uranium mining, nuclear weapons and/or nuclear power.
^ "Stewart Brand + Mark Z. Jacobson: Debate: Does the world need nuclear energy?". Retrieved 21 October the great nuclear power debate [gail kay haines] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A fairly good book on the politics and technology of nuclear power. the author is quite correct to point out that problems and dangers of nuclear power are overblown by the public just as the risks of climate catastrophe are underestimated by the public.4/5.
The nuclear power debate is a long-running controversy about the risks and benefits of using nuclear reactors to generate electricity for civilian purposes. The debate about nuclear power peaked during the s and s, as more and more reactors were built and came online, and "reached an intensity unprecedented in the history of technology controversies" in some.
Power to Save the World is simultaneously a coming-of-age memoir and a technical treatise on nuclear power. Although Ms. Cravens is not a scientist, she is a heck of a good writer. If, like Joe Friday, your mantra is “just the facts maam”, this book may not be for by: For decades, the development of nuclear power has sparked staunch debate among scientists, politicians, and activists alike.
Proponents claim that nuclear energy is the most effective way to combat climate change while still meeting the world's growing demand for energy. But its critics argue that expanding nuclear energy is dangerous, costly, and ill-advised.
If you approach nuclear power as a policy question, on the merits, you will find that, like most things, it’s complicated; there are multiple, overlapping issues involved, and the answers cannot. Great Power Divisions Stymie Nonproliferation Debate Virtually all nations agree that using a nuclear weapon would fail to provide security and ensure pariah status.
That said, divisions run deep over how to achieve nuclear non-proliferation. Nuclear power: the energy crisis has even die-hard environmentalists reconsidering it.
In this first-ever TED debate, Stewart Brand and Mark Z. Jacobson square off over the pros and cons. A discussion that'll make you think -- and might even change your mind. Nuclear Fear is the first work to explore all the symbolism attached to nuclear bombs, and to civilian nuclear energy as well, employing the powerful tools of history as well as findings from psychology, sociology, and even anthropology.
The story runs from the turn of the century to the present day, following the scientists and journalists 4/5(1). Discusses the pros and cons of nuclear power as an alternative energy source: what it is, how it works, and its environmental impact, cost, history, and future.
Preview this book» What people are saying - Write a review/5(2). Nuclear power seeks to harness that energy to safely provide electricity. Roughly nuclear power plants are now operating in the United States, supplying about one-fifth of.
A new kind of nuclear power plant could dramatically change the way remote communities are powered. But opponents argue that the new technology is.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 88 pages: illustrations (some color), color maps, portraits (some color) ; 21 cm. Nuclear Power Our best energy option for the indefinite future is nuclear power. It is already in use without mishap in other nations: about 70 percent of France’s energy source is nuclear (France has almost no oil or coal, so there wasn’t much choice—go nuclear or go without energy).
The Great Debate Schools Programme: Nuclear power is the answer to the world’s energy problems 1 October Nuclear power is the answer to the world’s energy problems Introduction The debate about nuclear power for electricity generation is one that has run for decades, with ever changing terms of reference.
Yes. Nuclear power dramatically cuts emissions and fights global warming Max Schulz. "Nuclear Power Is the Future". Wilson Quarterly. Fall, - "Roughly million metric tons of CO2 emissions are avoided each year in the United States by generating electricity from nuclear power rather than some other source.
According to the U.S. Department of Energy, that is nearly. Big Sky Debate is pleased to release its March NSDA Public Forum resources on nuclear power.
The resolution, released by the National Speech and Debate Association on February 1,is: Resolved: The United States should increase its use of nuclear energy for commercial energy production. Originally published in The Chernobyl disaster intensified the whole debate on the nuclear power industry.
There was great public concern about the industry regulation, about the siting of nuclear facilities, including the dumping of nuclear waste, and about the alleged secretiveness of the by: 5. Essay The Nuclear Power Debate Words 4 Pages The Nuclear Power Debate Innuclear energy was introduced into America as a cheap and efficient energy source, favoured in place of increasingly scarce fossil fuels which caused air pollution.
THE new nuclear era could bring the solution to our energy needs - or leave the nation a `poisonous and dangerous' legacy. That was the divided opinion from an M.E.N.
debate featuring experts from.On Novema group of energy experts came together at TUDelft in the Netherlands and Imperial College London in the UK for a minute livestreamed debate on the future of energy.
Watch the debate highlights. The Great Energy Debate Highlights - YouTube. K subscribers. The Great Energy Debate Highlights.