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Wall Street Journal acknowledges need for nuclear energy to address climate change

Wall Street Journal acknowledges need for nuclear energy to address climate change On January 11, 2019, the Wall Street Journal established itself as the media source willing to help environmentalists sharpen their pencils about the mathematical challenge posed by climate change and our dependence upon fossil fuels.  In an article written by Joshua Goldstein and Staffan Qvist entitled Only Nuclear Energy Can Save the Planet: Do the math on replacing fossil fuels: To move fast enough, the world needs to build [...]

Bill Gates urges the U.S. to develop Advanced Nuclear

What Bill Gates has Learned Ring in the new year with these wise words from Bill Gates, which were extracted from a longer article that he posted at his blog, Gates Notes, called "What I learned at work this year" on December 29, 2018. "Global emissions of greenhouse gases went up in 2018. For me, that just reinforces the fact that the only way to prevent the worst climate-change scenarios is to get some breakthroughs in clean energy. Some [...]

CPUC’s Decision to Shutter Diablo Canyon Challenged in Court

This is the text of the press release provided by Californians for Green Nuclear Power regarding the lawsuit they filed in the California Court of Appeals on October 24th.  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Dr. Gene Nelson, Press Liaison Californians for Green Nuclear Power P: 805-363-4697 moreinfo@cgnp.org CGNP Files Court Appeal Challenging Shutdown of Diablo Canyon Power Plant ARROYO GRANDE, CA October 30, 2018 - Last week Californians for Green Nuclear Power (CGNP) filed an action in California's Court of Appeals challenging [...]

Bipartisan Carbon Pricing & Dividend Bill Introduced

H.R. 7173: Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act of 2018 A bipartisan group of Congressmen introduced HR 7173 on November 27th, during the lame duck session.  The purpose of this legislation is: "To create a Carbon Dividend Trust Fund for the American people in order to encourage market-driven innovation of clean energy technologies and market efficiencies which will reduce harmful pollution and leave a healthier, more stable, and more prosperous nation for future generations." The sponsors of this bill were:  Charlie [...]