Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists (September)

Posted: 15th September 2020

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September 14, 2020

Prevention fire

Fighting fire with fire

As waters rise and wildfires become more frequent, communities and cultural resource managers must determine how to safeguard historic structures and interpretive centers. Read more.


Financing a low-carbon revolution

Conventional approaches to climate change mitigation have failed to recognize the central importance of the financial sector. Financial markets can and should become key drivers in achieving a rapid transition to a low-carbon economy. Here’s how. Read in the Bulletin magazine

With climate change, aging nuclear plants need closer scrutiny. Turkey Point shows why.

As nuclear reactors receive permission to operate for twice as long as originally envisaged, and in a world that, because of climate change, is drastically different from the one they were built for, the insufficiency of the existing regulatory framework is daunting. Read more.

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