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Baroness Worthington

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Baroness Worthington is a British environmental campaigner and Labour life peer in the House of Lords. She has promoted change in attitudes to the environment, and action to tackle climate change, and founded Sandbag, a non-profit campaign group designed to increase public awareness of emissions trading, in 2008. The Baroness was once “passionately opposed to nuclear power,” but came to advocate the adoption of Thorium as a nuclear fuel following the 2009 Manchester Report. Worthington is patron of the Weinberg Foundation, a British non-profit, non-governmental organization dedicated to the promotion and development of molten salt reactor (MSR) technology.

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