Nuclear Energy

Germany's Energy Catastrophe

If Russia permanently cuts off natural gas exports to Germany, it will likely send the country, the world’s fourth-largest economy, into a severe recession.

Lea Booth
Lea Booth
8 min read

The Problem with Nuclear Power

In the US it’s hard to imagine nuclear power playing anything more than a minimal role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions, which makes projected goals for 2030 and beyond difficult to achieve.

William Beaver
William Beaver
6 min read

How We Can Get Clean Energy—What Needs to Be Done?

Editor's note: this is the third in a three-part series on how we can get clean energy. Part I [https://quillette.com/2022/04/14/how-we-can-get-clean-energy-fuel-and-human-progress/] explains the relationship between Fuel and Human Progress [https://quillette.com/2022/04/14/how-we-can-get-clean-energy-fuel-and-human-progress/] , Part II answers the question “Is Nuclear Power Safe?

Robert Zubrin
Robert Zubrin
11 min read

Why Environmentalists Pose a Bigger Obstacle to Effective Climate Policy than Denialists

In the recent Netflix smash hit Don’t Look Up, scientists try to warn the world about a comet hurtling towards Earth that is going to wipe out human civilization and possibly life itself. Except, no-one wants to hear the bad news: the US president is too busy with the

Maarten Boudry
Maarten Boudry
9 min read

I Was Invited to Testify on Energy Policy. Then Democrats Didn't Let Me Speak

Michael Shellenberger
Michael Shellenberger
5 min read

Why Climate Activists Will Go Nuclear—Or Go Extinct

Michael Shellenberger
Michael Shellenberger
12 min read

Quillette Podcast 40 – Nuclear Expert Michael Shellenberger on the Woeful Shortcomings of Chernobyl, the HBO mini-series

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