Opinion – AEON: Nuclear power is not the answer in a time of climate change

With our climate-impacted world now highly prone to fires, extreme storms and sea-level rise, nuclear energy is touted as a possible replacement for the burning of fossil fuels for energy – the leading cause of climate change. Nuclear power can demonstrably reduce carbon dioxide emissions. Yet scientific evidence and recent catastrophes call into question whether nuclear power could function safely in our warming world.

Exciting news! Changes coming…

17 May 2019: centroproeco.org is now the public face of ProEco Limited -- a newly formed Australian public company now working to become a registered charity . Watch this space!

Ocean wind and waves are getting higher

Extensive research just released by the University of Melbourne confirms what many have suspected... the world's waves and wind have been increasing. 30-years and billions of measurements have been accessed to report the ocean going merchant mariners, cruise ship passengers, and intrepid voyagers are enduring more treacherous conditions than ever. University of Melbourne Engineering report