Speeches | 21 June 2011

How Australians feel about nuclear power

Most Australians do not feel comfortable with nuclear power, reinforced by the Fukushima crisis. Political leaders declare the subject off limits. Yet nuclear energy is a proven technology for clean, comparatively safe base load power. Our energy needs are growing fast in a carbon constrained world. At The Age, a distinguished panel discussed why Australians should engage on a matter of national public importance. Warren Mundine , Andy Lloyd , Daniela Stehlik

  • Warren Mundine
  • Andy Lloyd
  • Daniela Stehlik

Most Australians do not feel comfortable with nuclear power, reinforced by the Fukushima crisis. Political leaders declare the subject off limits. Yet nuclear energy is a proven technology for clean, comparatively safe base load power. Our energy needs are growing fast in a carbon constrained world. At The Age, a distinguished panel discussed why Australians should engage on a matter of national public importance. Warren Mundine , Andy Lloyd , Daniela Stehlik

  • Warren Mundine
  • Andy Lloyd
  • Daniela Stehlik