2006

SGR produces a range of outputs on the issue of 'Climate change and energy'. This covers climate change science, technological and policy responses to climate change, energy supply technologies (especially renewable energy and nuclear power), energy use and energy efficiency (including in transport and buildings), and related policy and lifestyle issues.

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Presentation by Dr Stuart Parkinson, SGR, at a seminar organised by the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, at the Houses of Parliament in December, 2006

The presentation uses government and industry data to carry out a new analysis of the degree to which Trident replacement could undermine action on climate change. It concludes there is significant threat - due to competition for both funding and skills.
 

Response to Consultation on the UK Government's Policy Framework for New Nuclear Build, submitted on 31 October 2006
 

Letter to John Sauven, Greenpeace, re Legal action over the UK Energy Review 2006

Text of a letter sent on 11th October 2006 by Dr Stuart Parkinson, SGR
 

Notes for a Workshop given by Dr Stuart Parkinson , SGR, at the Camp for Climate Action on 27 August, 2006
 

Notes for a Workshop given by Stuart Parkinson, SGR, at the Camp for Climate Action, 27 August 2006
 

Now that the government has confirmed (in case there was anyone left who doubted it) that it wants new nuclear power stations built in the UK, Stuart Parkinson asks whether there will be enough engineers and scientists to deliver them?

Article from July 2006
 

Philip Webber and Stuart Parkinson summarise the recent developments surrounding nuclear weapons and nuclear power in the UK.

Article from SGR Newsletter no. 32, June 2006
 

Mark Whitby argues that energy should be ‘invested’ to maximise its return and that against this imperative, nuclear power does not compare well with renewable energy options.

Article from SGR Newsletter no. 32, June 2006
 

Alan Cottey, University of East Anglia, recommends a new look at Niels Bohr’s early ideas concerning openness on nuclear issues as a path to international confidence and a new world order.

Article from SGR Newsletter no. 32, June 2006