The global responsibility to prepare for intersecting climate and nuclear risks

Nuclear cooling tower Part of the bridge to zero emissions?

The effects of climate change stand to heighten nuclear risks in various ways, including direct impacts on nuclear facilities, exacerbation of political and economic disruptions, and a diminishment of the strength of global institutions. Governments and international organizations have a responsibility to prepare for this collision of climate and nuclear threats, notably by using the unprecedented foresight that new technologies can provide.

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