Yes, we are pro-nuclear, but the proposed Hinkley C plant should be scrapped.
Why do we transfer the real health risks inflicted by coal onto nuclear energy?
The government is betting the farm on a nuclear technology that might soon look as hip as the traction engine.
Nuclear power seems to have stalled. So what happens now?
This is by far the most interesting and challenging debate about nuclear power I have had to date.
If you think nuclear power is hard to finance and deliver, look at the alternative.
We urge him to reject advice to drop nuclear power in the UK
Countering the letter sent to him by four former directors of Friends of the Earth
We can’t wish nuclear waste away: we must choose one of three options for dealing with it.
Why bury nuclear waste, when it could meet the world’s energy needs?
One man, now embroiled in a shocking scandal, may have done the movement incalculable damage.
My response to Jonathon Porritt’s arguments – and to his highly personal invective.
Here’s the scorching debate I had with Doug Parr from Greenpeace and others last night.
The machinations of the industry shouldn’t be allowed to spoil the case for nuclear power.
On Thursday 7th July, I’ll be thrashing out the issues with Greenpeace and others. Come along if you can.
I challenge Jonathon Porritt to explain his contention that nuclear power and renewables are incompatible.
How do environmentalists fight without losing what we’re fighting for?
Where is the environmental vision that can resist the planet-wrecking project?
We have to be sure our facts about nuclear power are right, as the latest exchange with Helen Caldicott shows.
The green movement has misled the world about the dangers of radiation.