Monthly Archives: August 2016

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29 08, 2016

Nuclear Power – saviour or sinner

There’s much debate around the world about the use of nuclear power, from those who have not got it, and those who are winding down its reliance on what is easily the cleanest fuel. Nuclear power in France is mainstream policy. In Italy and Germany, their governments are looking at scaling it down. In the [...]

1 08, 2016

Climate change and the South African response

The greatest environmental challenge facing the World in this century is global climate change. Referred to as Global warming, it encompasses disruptions of the World’s weather and climate patterns and impacts on rainfall, rising sea levels and extreme weather conditions. The greatest challenges are faced by the developing world as they are sometimes less equipped [...]