Nuclear Power - Information resources from Scientists for Global Responsibility

Press release, 7 January 2008
 

With the government due to make an announcement on the future of nuclear power in the UK, Scientists for Global Responsibility (SGR) reiterates its opposition to the building of new nuclear power stations. Below are links to a selection of SGR's recent resources on this issue, laying out our case.

Nuclear power: the security dimension
Powerpoint presentation (October 2007)
http://www.sgr.org.uk/climate/NucPower_Kendal07.ppt

The future of nuclear power
SGR response to government's consultation document (October 2007)
http://www.sgr.org.uk/climate/response_nuclearcons_oct07.html

Nuclear power: yes or no?
Powerpoint presentation (September 2007)
http://www.sgr.org.uk/climate/NucPower_manc07.ppt

Not enough skilled workers to build new UK nuclear power stations?
Comment article (July 2006)
http://www.sgr.org.uk/climate/article_NuclearScientists_31jul06.html

Open Letter to Prime Minister regarding opposition to a new
generation of nuclear power stations in the UK from 40 climate and
energy experts (April 2006)
http://www.sgr.org.uk/climate/letter_TonyBlair_NucPower_10apr06.html

Notes:

SGR is an independent UK organisation of approximately 900 members
across the natural and social sciences, engineering, IT, architecture
and design. Its main aim is to promote ethical science, design and
technology based on the principles of openness, accountability,
peace, social justice, and environmental sustainability. For more
information, see http://www.sgr.org.uk/