Global Nexus Initiative
Where Climate, Nuclear, and Security Meet
The complex challenges posed by climate change, energy demand, and global security require a new level of real-world collaboration and innovative policy solutions. Therefore, two non-traditional stakeholders - the Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI) and the Partnership for Global Security (PGS) - have jointly created the Global Nexus Initiative (GNI). The GNI will explore the linkages among climate change, nuclear power, and global security issues with the goal of crafting realistic and actionable policy solutions that will ensure the safe and secure use of existing and new nuclear energy sources, support economic vitality, and protect people and the environment.
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  Nuclear Energy's Role in Fighting Climate Change Under Threat Global Nexus Initiative Report Urges Changes in Technology Development and Nuclear Governance to Preserve Vital Role and Cope With Security Challenges May 2, 2017 – Washington D.C....
Nuclear Power for the Next Generation: Addressing Energy, Climate, and Security Challenges This report is a distillation of the issues examined in a series of workshops and three major policy memos that offered 22 recommendations....
To announce the release of GNI's final report, Nuclear for the Next Generation, a press event will be held in Washington D.C. on May 2, 2017 featuring the President and CEO of the Nuclear Energy Institute, Maria Korsnick...
  Nuclear Industry Joins Environmental and Security Leaders in New Report The Nuclear Energy Institute and Partnership for Global Security will hold a press briefing to present the final report of the Global Nexus Initiative, their...
Click Image to Download PDF Evolving Nuclear Governance for a New Era Findings and Recommendations The following findings and recommendations are based on the Global Nexus Initiative’s June 2016 workshop on Nuclear Governance...
Report by group of industry, energy, climate and security experts calls for strengthened nuclear governance April 19, 2017 – Washington, DC – The nuclear governance system is facing an unprecedented challenge as traditional nuclear suppliers...
Richard Rosenzweig There is great concern about the direction the Trump Administration and Republican Congress will take on climate policy. Its first consequential decision on the international front could be what to do about the...
Kenneth Luongo, President of PGS, spoke at the Third Way Advanced Reactor Summit in Washington DC on February 21. He addressed the need to take action to ensure that all advanced reactor designs minimize...