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Nuclear power in the light of climate change

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  • UserKeith Barnham (Imperial College London), Dave Elliott (Open University), Steve Kidd (World Nuclear Association), Bill Nuttal(Cambridge University Judge Business School)
  • ClockWednesday 07 March 2007, 18:45-20:30
  • HouseLaw Faculty LG17.

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NUCLEAR POWER IN THE LIGHT OF CLIMATE CHANGE Enough contradictions and rhetoric – find out the facts!

Thursday March the 8th, 6.45 for 7pm, Law Faculty LG17

Refreshments provided by The Cafe Project Are you tired of hearing nothing but emotionally charged rhetoric and contradictory ‘facts’ about Nuclear power?

Here’s your chance to find out what speakers from both sides agree on, what remains uncertain, and to judge whether you think Nuclear power needs to be part of a sustainable UK energy mix.

Speakers: Against Nuclear Power: Keith Barnham (Imperial College London), Dave Elliott (Open University) In favour of Nuclear Power: Steve Kidd (World Nuclear Association), Bill Nuttal (Cambridge University Judge Business School)

This is a joint CUECS /Zero Carbon Society event. www.societies.cam.ac.uk/cuecs www.zerocarbonnow.org *

This talk is part of the Cambridge Zero Carbon Society series.

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