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Why small modular reactors will shape the future of nuclear debate

Global - June 8 2021 The authors would like to thank Shannon Quinn, Vice-President of Science, Technology and Commercial Oversight at Atomic Energy of Canada Limited and…

Andrew de Lotbinière McDougall, Daniel Garton, Dipen Sabharwal, Richard Hill, Vít Stehlík.

Climate Change Disputes Take Center Stage at Paris Arbitration Week (PAW)

Global - July 27 2020 There is increasing awareness about the interconnected nature of climate-Related Issues such as biodiversity loss, health, human rights, security and…

Elizabeth Oger-Gross.

The role of ICC arbitration in resolving climate change disputes

USA - January 29 2020 The ICC Task Force on the Arbitration of Climate Change Related Disputes released its Report in Paris in November 2019 and in New York in January 2020…

Elizabeth Lefebvre-Gross, Mark Clarke, Michael Polkinghorne, Salma Selim.

Why managing dispute risks in NPP projects is important

Global - November 7 2019 In June 1954, about 100 kilometers southwest of Moscow, the Obninsk reactor became the world's first nuclear power plant to send nuclear-generated…

Andrew de Lotbinière McDougall, Daniel Garton, Dipen Sabharwal, Richard Hill.

IAEA Releases Annual Report on Energy, Electricity and Nuclear Power to 2050

Austria - September 19 2019 In September 2019, the International Atomic Energy Agency ("IAEA") released its annual report on "Energy, Electricity and Nuclear Power Estimates For…

Andrew de Lotbinière McDougall, Daniel Garton, Dipen Sabharwal, Richard Hill.