The French Recycle 96% of their nuclear waste? – No they send it to Russia!

The French Recycle 96% of their nuclear waste? – No they send it to Russia! This is a direct response to the Post form 21h ago: https://www.reddit.com/r/energy/comments/b4vofn/the_french_recycle_96_of_their_nuclear_waste_the/ ​ First of, if it is such a great process, why did the not even mention the name of the reprocessing facility!? ​ Here is why: 95% of the waste is Uranium and they export it to Russia and not “recycled” it. If you think Russia is handling nuclear well and responsable you should watch this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mayak#List_of_accidents As for the french reprocessing plant…

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A growing group of women concerned about climate change are choosing not to reproduce. Called BirthStrikers, they agree to not bear children β€œdue to the severity of the ecological crisis and the current inaction of governing forces in the face of this existential threat.”

A growing group of women concerned about climate change are choosing not to reproduce. Called BirthStrikers, they agree to not bear children β€œdue to the severity of the ecological crisis and the current inaction of governing forces in the face of this existential threat.” submitted by /u/mvea [link] [comments] top scoring links : Futurology Welcome to r/Futurology, a subreddit devoted to the field of Future(s) Studies and speculation about the development of humanity, technology, and civilization.

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Vogtle, the only nuclear power plant under construction in the US, has received another taxpayer bailout of $3.7 billion, taking its total tax payer bailout to $12 billion. Originally budgeted at $14 billion, its now due to cost $28 billion after years of cost overruns and delays.

Vogtle, the only nuclear power plant under construction in the US, has received another taxpayer bailout of $3.7 billion, taking its total tax payer bailout to $12 billion. Originally budgeted at $14 billion, its now due to cost $28 billion after years of cost overruns and delays. submitted by /u/bebesiege to r/energy [link] [comments] top scoring links : multi

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What is the main bottleneck for renewable energy deployment?

What is the main bottleneck for renewable energy deployment? Especially in places where new renewable prices are lower than running existing plants, why doesn’t the supply switch pretty much overnight (allowing for construction time). Limited supply of panels/turbines/other parts? Limited availability of construction workforce/companies? Not enough money available in general or costs/prices not really being linear in a negative sense? Regulators being cautious with permitting? Basically, which part of the chain is the most constrained? submitted by /u/AquaSuperBatMan to r/energy [link] [comments] top scoring links : multi

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Ukraine’s second largest solar power plant has just opened. It will decrease Ukraine’s carbon emissions by 67,000 tons annually, supplying enough energy for a town with a population of 100,000 people.

Ukraine’s second largest solar power plant has just opened. It will decrease Ukraine’s carbon emissions by 67,000 tons annually, supplying enough energy for a town with a population of 100,000 people. submitted by /u/V2O5 to r/energy [link] [comments] top scoring links : multi

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