Nuclear Power and Justice between Generations: A Moral Analysis of Fuel Cycles

June 30, 2010 | 06:54
Nuclear Power and Justice between Generations: A Moral Analysis of Fuel Cycles
Nuclear Power and Justice between Generations: A Moral Analysis of Fuel Cycles
Is nuclear power the way to go or not? It's a question that has been on a lot of people's minds over the last couple of years. A substantial part of the discussion has to with ethics. Nuclear power seems to be a great alternative for the present but it's possible it will be a burden for future generations. Future interest thus plays an essential role when answering the question of nuclear power.

Behnam Taeb, a TU Delft researcher and technology filosofer, has some interesting thoughts on this subject. The title of his dissertation is 'Nuclear Power and Justice between Generations: A Moral Analysis of Fuel Cycles.'. In this presentation he elaborates.

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