Global Climate Change Mitigation and the Critical Role of Nuclear Energy: Assessing the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, AR6-WG3 Report
WASHINGTON (April 15, 2022) - In its most recent Climate Change Mitigation Report, AR6-WG3, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) presented strategies to limit global warming to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels. In its assessment, the IPCC concluded that the world is on track for a nearly 3°C warming by 2100, and that countries must take immediate action to address climate change.
NIA Executive Director Judi Greenwald recognized by Arnold Ventures
Op-ed Published in Utility Dive featuring NIA Project Manager Alex Gilbert
This op-ed was published on February 3rd on Utility Dive. To read the op-ed on the Utility Dive website, click here: The opportunity cost of not using nuclear energy for climate mitigation
The Opportunity Cost of Not Using Nuclear Energy for Climate Mitigation
Op-ed Published in Colorado Politics featuring NIA Executive Director Judi Greenwald
This op-ed was published in the February 15th edition of Colorado Politics (CoPo). To read the op-ed on the CoPo website, click here: Advanced Nuclear Reactors Can Provide Colorado with Clean, Reliable and Affordable Energy
Advanced Nuclear Reactors Can Provide Colorado with Clean, Reliable and Affordable Energy
Uranium Supply is Not a Significant Constraint to Using Nuclear Energy for Climate Mitigation
Nuclear energy is the largest source of carbon-free power in the United States and second largest source globally. As countries around the world consider nuclear energy for their 21st century decarbonization needs, one important question is whether there is enough uranium fuel for nuclear energy to play a greatly expanded role in global energy supply.