Energy and Environment
Nuclear power provides about 20% of America's energy needs, and much more in countries from Europe to Asia. Proponents cite its advantages over fossil fuels, and yet critics note dangers including uncertain long-term environmental impacts of nuclear waste. Brookings experts examine the potential and challenge of nuclear energy.
A U.S. flag flutters in front of cooling towers at the Limerick Generating Station in Pottstown, Pennsylvania (REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque).
Advanced nuclear energy and the battle against climate change
June 19, 2015, Thomas Young
On June 17, Brookings hosted a conversation with four energy experts on Capitol Hill about the opportunities for advanced nuclear energy and the challenges posed both in the U.S. and abroad.
U.S. Foreign Policy
June 17, 2015
June 3, 2015, Martin S. Indyk
May 19, 2015
April 8, 2015, Richard V. Reeves
April 7, 2015, Jeremy Shapiro
Opinion | Affari Internazionali
April 3, 2015, Riccardo Alcaro
April 1, 2015
March 13, 2015, Hanif Zarrabi-Kashani
March 6, 2015, Hanif Zarrabi-Kashani
Blog Post | The New York Times
February 26, 2015, Robert Einhorn
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Charles K. Ebinger
Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy, Energy Security and Climate Initiative
Nonresident Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy, Center for East Asia Policy Studies
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