We can stop Climate Disaster . . .

but it takes clear, fact-based thinking.

This site will bring you important developments, interactive educational facilities, and more.

Our mission is to educate, inspire and energize people to work together to save our planet  from climate disruption. We analyse, explain and propose policy options to keep temperature rise within acceptable limits.

What's happening now...

Ten years on, have we learned the lessons of Fukushima?

If only disinformation about the consequences of the Fukushima Daiichi accident had not been propagated, energy transition policies around the world would have reduced the carbon footprint of electricity generation, instead of locking it in.

The lessons of Fukushima

Truth About Nuclear Risks

What Happened on March 11, 2011

If you believe that nuclear stands up to the requirements for safety, negligible CO2 emissions and concentrated energy production that we need to power the world while saving our climate, you are not alone. During the month of September 2020, activists will be holding Stand Up for Nuclear events in over 40 cities around the world.

Stand Up for Nuclear


Nuclear Pride Coalition (FB)

On 12 September in the UK

On 27 September in Paris

“Less nuclear means more coal”, these protestors point out. The French government aims to bring the proportion of nuclear generated electricity down to 50% from the current 71%.
More here.


Addressing the Global Summit of the Powering Past Coal Alliance (PPCA), UN Secretary-General António Guterres called for a worldwide cancellation of coal-fired power projects, urging all countries to end a “deadly addiction” to coal.

Unfortunately, economic gain too often takes precedence over humanity’s future as new coal mines are being planned in Cumbria (UK) and Alberta (Canada).

The new mines are mostly meant to supply coking, or metallurgical, coal used to make steel. The Cumbria mine is expected to emit 8.4m tonnes of carbon dioxide each year.
But the promise of new jobs is persuasive for local residents.
The countries producing the most coal are China, India, USA,  Australia, Indonesia and Russia.
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How much time left until our CO2 budget is depleted?

We regularly publish our point of view on the state of out planet and what's to be done.
Eight Critical Actions for Climate Emergency Leaders - December 2019
10 Ways for UNFCCC to drive CO2 reductions - July 2019
12 Solutions that can limit global warming - April 2019
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