Book Launch: 'Nuclear Power in Stagnation - A cultural approach to failed expansion'

Book Launch: 'Nuclear Power in Stagnation - A cultural approach to failed expansion'
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Book launch event for 'Nuclear Power in Stagnation - A cultural approach to failed expansion' published by Routledge, March 2021

The event is by Zoom, noon – 12.55, Wednesday, March 31st - if you register to attend this FREE event you will later be sent the zoom code for the meeting.

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The book focuses on the role of nuclear safety issues in curbing nuclear power development. See book details by clicking here.

The authors will talk about the book and there will be a keynote talk by Professor Benjamin Sovacool on the subject of the cultural dynamics of decarbonisation 

Itinerary:

11.45 Webinar opens for networking

12.05 pm David Toke, the lead author of the book,  introduces the book and the event (3 minutes)

12.08 Professor Benjamin Sovacool (Science Policy Research Unit, University of Sussex ‘Cultural Dynamics of Decarbonisation’

12.18 Antony Frogatt (co-author and Senior Research Fellow in the Energy, Environment, and Development Programme at Chatham House, London, UK) will talk about  Nuclear Power: The Missing ‘Renaissance’

 12.24 David Toke (Reader in Energy Politics, University of Aberdeen) Outline of scope and main conclusions of the book

12.39 Geoffrey Chun-Fung Chen ( Associate Professor of Political Economy at the Department of China Studies at Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University) Nuclear Power and Safety in China

12.49 Richard Connolly, Senior Lecturer in Political Economy and Director of the Centre for Russian, European,  and Eurasian Studies at the Department of Politics and International Studies at the University of Birmingham, UK. Nuclear power and Safety Policy in Russia

12.55 Close

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