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Nuclear power : A false solution to climate change
date 1er janvier 2015 documents joints 1 document joint
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Publication of a study explaining why nuclear is not a solution for climate change.

In the light of the urgency of climate change nuclear power is often presented as a solution to tackle climate change.
Several organizations (Climate Action Network France, France Nature Environnement, Friends of the Earth France, Greenpeace, Heinrich Böll Foundation, Réseau Sortir du Nucléaire, Wise Amsterdam) commissioned an analysis of the role of nuclear energy as a solution for climate change.

Beside the specific risks linked to the use of nuclear energy, there are also questions concerning its effectiveness in reducing CO2 emissions, its competitiveness compared to renewable energies and systemic obstacles regarding the matching of electricity demand and supply.

Below the full report (only in French), a 2-page summary, a presentation and a video of the report and a leaflet that also summarizes the main messages of the study.

The report (only in French) :

PDF - 3.3 Mo

A 2-page summary of the report :

PDF - 146.4 ko

A presentation of the report :

PDF - 1.8 Mo

A leaflet summarizing the main messages of the study :

PDF - 451.2 ko

A video of the report :

For further questions :

Yves Marignac - Wise Paris
yves.marignac@wise-paris.org

Meike Fink - Climate Action Network France
meike@rac-f.org