Is The Trump Presidency A Boon For Nuclear Power?

18 Nov 2016   Nuclear, USA

By now, the shock from Donald Trump’s victory in the U.S. presidential election should be starting to subside, but this is hardly the case with worries over America’s course to a greener, more renewable-energy future. In fact, these worries have spiked in recent days, as the President-elect reaffirmed his commitment to the fossil fuel industry and his intention to pull the country out of the Paris Agreement on climate change. How legitimate these worries are, however, remains to be seen. Here’s the latest from the Marrakesh climate talks , courtesy of the AP. The EU is making unveiled hints that it would be smart for Trump to stay in the agreement, with Slovakian Environment Minister Laszlo Solymos quoted as saying that “it’s not easy to jump off a fast-moving train. If someone wants to deviate, it won’t be easy.” China has also shown some optimism that Trump […]

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