What will replace fossil fuel? Is there a way forward using renewable
energy sources while avoiding nuclear power?
This book argues that nuclear is unlikely to have much of a role in
future, and shows that the nuclear debate has absorbed too
much time and energy, to the detriment of a
more relevant and urgent debate over what
sort of renewable/efficiency mix we need. This book engages in that
debate, exploring the implications of shifting to greener, cleaner
energy sources. It argues there is no one green
future, but a range of possible options: we need to choose amongst them. This book offers an overview of
the technical, economic and environmental issues to help scholars,
professionals and policy makers involved in discussing those options.