Investments in Nuclear Energy Could Help Solve the Economic and Climate Crises

February 10, 2021

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U-M professor Todd Allen and nuclear engineering and radiological sciences project manager Suzy Hobbs Baker discuss their article published in The Hill about how investments in nuclear energy could be a potential solution to the economic and climate change crises. The faculty experts note that by “tying the post-pandemic economic recovery to investments in clean energy,” we can tackle the COVID-19 pandemic, the economy, social injustice, and climate change.

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