Nuclear in a Carbon Constrained World


GNI began its workshop series on September 22, 2015 with an event in Washington, D.C. to explore the Role of Nuclear Power in a Carbon Constrained World: Benefits and Barriers. Approximately two dozen experts from around the world gathered to analyze climate change and nuclear power trends and their implications for policy.

The discussion was organized into four sessions:

Getting to 2 degrees Celcius: Global Goals and Realistic Responses
Jae Edmonds | Joint Global Change Research Institute, PNNL

Nuclear Power Trends: Impacts on Climate Objectives
Everett Redmond | Nuclear Energy Institute

Nuclear Power Trends: Challenges to Expansion
Anita Nilsson | AN & Associates

Safe and Secure Nuclear Power: Building Global Confidence
Kenneth N. Luongo | Partnership for Global Security

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