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Nuclear Energy Contributes To Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions (GHG)

According to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), an organization is responsible for overseeing the use of nuclear technology for energy production worldwide, “nuclear power has significant potential to contribute to GHG reduction.” Between 1970 and 2015, the deployment of nuclear power has prevented the release of nearly 68 gigatonnes of carbon dioxide, according to the IAEA. The organization also ...

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Identify Strategies To Mitigate Erosion With Nuclear Techniques

Over 45 billion tons of soil is lost to erosion every year. Farmers and agricultural authorities in several countries have succeeded in slowing down erosion with the help of nuclear techniques. All over the world, the Earth’s fine soil particles are losing ground to erosion. As 95 percent of food is cultivated in soil, the health and availability of Earth’s ...

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The World Nuclear Waste Report 2019: Focus Europe

https://www.boell.de/sites/default/files/2019-11/World_Nuclear_Waste_Report_2019_Focus_Europe_0.pdf?dimension1=division_nona       source: boell.de

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The World Nuclear Industry Status Report 2019

https://cdn.qualenergia.it/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/wnisr2019-hr.pdf   source: cdn.qualenergia.it

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India to Generate 21,000 MW N-Power by ’20: BARC Official

Associate Director of Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) S Kailas has said that India’s nuclear program aims to generate a total of 21,180 MW of power from atomic energy by 2020. He was speaking at a workshop in Bangalore recently. Kailas said that 17 reactors at six sites Tarapur, Rawatbhata, Kalpakkam, Narora, Kakrapar and Kaiga were in operation with a ...

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G-8 Move to Stall N-Tech Transfer Not to Hit India: PM

The G-8 resolution is restricting the transfer of enrichment and reprocessing (ENR) technology to countries outside the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty fold. India said that it was ‘not a legally binding document’ and hoped individual nations would implement civil nuclear pacts with India on a bilateral basis. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh  told the Lok Sabha recently that he could not ensure ...

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A Kazakh Initiative towards a World Free From N-Weapons

By Marat Tazhin, Foreign Minister of Kazakhstan On the occasion of the Twentieth Anniversary of Termination of Nuclear Tests at the Semipalatinsk Nuclear Testing Site (SNTS) held on 18th June 2009, Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbaev initiated a proposal to declare 29th August as the International Day of Renunciation of Weapons of Mass Destruction. He also made a proposal to work ...

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India, Canada Closer to Inking Final N-Pact

India and Canada will soon finalise the civilian nuclear cooperation agreement that will pave the way for new opportunities for both the countries, a senior Indian diplomat has said. “Both the countries have already exchanged the draft agreement. An expert Canadian team was in Mumbai recently to workout with the Atomic Energy Commission of India, final technical details and conditions ...

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US Fully Committed to Implement N-Deal with India: Hillary Clinton

United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has said her government is fully committed to implementing the Indo-US civilian nuclear accord.  Addressing a “Synergies Summit”, organized by the United States India Business Council in Washing ton recently, Clinton referred to the Indo-US nuclear deal, she said, “It is now three successive United States administrations from different parties that have identified ...

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Indo-US tie yet to reach auto-pilot mode: Ambassador Ronen Sen

The landmark Indo-US civilian nuclear deal has opened a new panorama of relationship between the two countries but it is yet to reach a certain critical mass where it can acquire a momentum of its own, Indian Ambassador to the US Ronen Sen has said. Addressing a meeting of US India Business Council (USIBC) on Indo-US relationship recently, Sen said ...

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