is a contributing editor at MIT Technology Review who sees smarter energy use as the key to stopping climate change. He has tracked emerging energy technologies for over a decade at publications including Discover, Spectrum, and Nature. He spends a third of his time reporting from Paris and has also worked from the field in Asia, Latin America, and Africa. Between 2001 and 2013 Fairley served as a board member and officer of the Society of Environmental Journalists.
Once nuclear’s strongest booster, China is growing wary about its cosMost beautiful wedding photos taken at a nuclear power plant” might just be the strangest competition ever. But by inviting couples to celebrate their nuptials at the Daya Bay plant in Shenzhen and post the pictures online, China General Nuclear Power (CGN), the country’s largest nuclear power operator, got lots of favorable publicity.t and safety.
A year later, the honeymoon is over.
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Hervé Le Crosnier @hervelc 10 hil y a 10 heures
Nucléaire - voici une bonne nouvelle : la Chine est en voie d'abandonner le truc. https://www.technologyreview.com/s/612564/chinas-losing-its-taste-for-nuclear-power-thats-bad-news/ … Quelqu'un pour prévenir @EDFofficiel et @EmmanuelMacron ?
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