Considerations for nuclear power in Australia

@article{Sevior2006ConsiderationsFN,
  title={Considerations for nuclear power in Australia},
  author={M. Sevior},
  journal={International Journal of Environmental Studies},
  year={2006},
  volume={63},
  pages={859 - 872}
}
  • M. Sevior
  • Published 2006
  • Chemistry
  • International Journal of Environmental Studies
The world's demand for energy will rise over the next 50 years with the economic development of countries outside the OECD. But the world has consumed about half of its endowment of conventional oil and it appears unlikely that further increases in the consumption rate of oil will be possible. A similar situation is likely to occur with natural gas reserves soon. In addition efforts to curb the production of greenhouse gases will require the reduction of the use of conventional coal-fired power… Expand

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