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The Case for Nuclear Energy in China

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Nuclear energy is the only viable way to produce clean energy on a large enough scale to meet China's energy needs. Despite considerable investment in renewable energy sources such as wind, solar and bio-fuels, China’s energy demand will always outstrip supply from these sources. Professor Hardiman examines the options available to China to meet its energy requirements and reduce its dependence on coal and fossil fuels.  He argues that nuclear energy is the only viable choice for a carbon-free energy future.

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About Richard Hardiman

Richard Hardiman-Hebrew University of Jerusalem-Professor-1
A Fellow at the Harry S. Truman Research Institute for the Advancement of Peace and a visiting scientist at the Weizmann Institute of Science, he is currently researching China policy and the environment. Prior to this, Dr. Hardiman worked for the European Commission in Beijing, where he was responsible for natural resource and water management, project design and management of the EU-China River Basin Management Programme linked to the World... [Full Bio]
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