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6.01.2.16/79 High-Priced and Dangerous: Nuclear Power Is Not an Option for the Climate-Friendly Energy MixDIW, Wealer, Bauer, Göke, von Hirschhausen, Kemfert July 2019
6.01.2.16/76 Nuclear Power and Climate ActionT.Judson November 2018
6.01.2.16/77 Het klimaat rond kernenergie. Hebben we kernenergie nodig om klimaatverandering tegen te gaan?WISE Nederland November 2018
6.01.2.16/75 Climate change and why nuclear power can’t fix itBeyond Nuclear September 2018
6.01.2.16/78 Carbon emissions and costs associated with subsidizing New York nuclear instead of replacing it with renewablesF.Cebulla, M.Z.Jacobson August 2018
6.01.2.16/74 Relative deployment rates of renewable and nuclear power: A cautionary tale of two metricsAmory Lovins, T.Palazzi, R.Laemel, E.Goldfield January 2018
6.01.2.16/73 Can reactors react? Is a decarbonized electricity system with a mix of fluctuating renewables and nuclear reasonable?C.Morris, IASS January 2018
6.01.2.16/68 Battle of the grids: Report 2011: How Europe can go 100% renewable and phase out dirty energyGreenpeace Int., J.vd Putte, R.Short 2011
6.01.2.16/72 Energieblilanz der Nuklearindustrie: Analyse von Energiebilanz und CO2-Emissionen der Nuklearindustie über den LebenszyklusAustralian Energy Agency, A.Wallner, A.Wenisch 2011
6.01.2.16/64Energy [r]evolution: Towards a fully renewable energy supply in the EU 27EREC, Greenpeace June 2010
6.01.2.16/65Roadmap 2050: A pracitcal guide to a prosperous low-carbon Europe: Volume 1: Technical analysis including contextEuropean Climate Foundation April 2010
6.01.2.16/66Roadmap 2050: A pracitcal guide to a prosperous low-carbon Europe: Volume 2: Policy recommendationsEuropean Climate Foundation April 2010
6.01.2.16/67Roadmap 2050: A pracitcal guide to a prosperous low-carbon Europe: Volume 1: Technical analysis (context not included)European Climate Foundation April 2010
6.01.2.16/60Climate change and nuclear power. 2009IAEA November 2009
6.01.2.16/71 Europe’s share of the climate challenge: Domestic actions and international obligations to protect the planetSEI, FOE Europe, C.Heaps, P.Erickson November 2009
6.01.2.16/61 Four nuclear myths. A commentary on Brand’s ‘Whole Earth Discipline’ and on similar writingsAmory Lovins, RMI October 2009
6.01.2.16/62Why climate change is not an environmental issueClimate Action Network, X-Y September 2009
6.01.2.16/58Energy [r]evolution. A sustainable EU 27 energy outlookGreenpeace December 2008
6.01.2.16/57 Energy [r]evolution. A sustainable Global energy outlookGreenpeace, EREC October 2008
6.01.2.16/63 Nuclear power; undermining climate protectionGreenpeace October 2008
6.01.2.16/69 Valuing the greenhouse gas emissions from nuclear power: A critical surveyB.Sovacool, Centre on Asia and Globalisation, NUS June 2008
6.01.2.16/56Europe’s energy position. Present and FutureEuropean Commisson, Market Observatory Energy 2008
6.01.2.16/55Kernenergie Onzekerheden en broeikasgassen.J.W.Storm van Leeuwen September 2007
6.01.2.16/70 Eindeloos of eindig: Wanneer valt kernenergie van de energieklif? Kernenergie: broeikasgassen en voorzieningszekerheidJ.W.Storm van Leeuwen, Ceedata Consultancy April 2007
6.01.2.16/54 Limiting Global Climate Change to 2degrees Celcius. The way ahead for 2050 and beyondEuropean Commisson 2007
6.01.2.16/59Energy [r]evolution. A sustainable China energy outlookGreenpeace, EREC 2007
6.01.2.16/53 False promises, Debunking nuclear industry propagandaGRACE October 2006
6.01.2.16/52 Energy Revolution. A Sustainable pathway to a clean energy future for The NetherlandsGreenpeace September 2006
6.01.2.16/51Paper 6: Safety and securitySDC March 2006
6.01.2.16/50Potentieelverkenning klimaatdoelstellingen en energiebesparing tot 2020B.Daniëls, J.Farla, ECN, MNP February 2006