Josh Stringfellow – Kingston Green Party

As Greens we trust the science on climate change. As Greens we should also trust the science on nuclear, that it’s safe, clean, reliable, and a key tool in our fight to avert the worst of the unfolding climate crisis. Josh Stringfellow – Kingston Green...

Andy Lancelot – Ynys Môn, Cymru

As a kid I was moved by the writings of James Lovelock. At 57 I am now completely convinced that the way humans currently organise themselves en masse is contra-indicated to the well-being of the planet. If we continue along this path WE are the ones who will be...

Peter Vaughan – East Devon Green Party

“I first became interested in Nuclear Power in the early 1970s. At the time concern was being expressed about shortages of fossil fuel. However there was optimism that any energy shortage could be over come by increasing the number of Nuclear Power stations....

Francis Moore, London

The more I learn about nuclear energy, the more I am convinced that the long-established and well-meaning traditional Green stance against it is a deeply mistaken and self-defeating one. In the all-encompassing climate emergency the world faces, renewables and nuclear...

Cllr Dave Plummer

“Like many people in the green movement there are things that I’ve always taken for granted, things which seemed fundamental, things which I accepted as true without really looking into them, things which are widely accepted as core tenets for environmentalists....

Mark Bray-Parry – Guildford

We are in a climate emergency, so let’s start with dispensing with the financial arguments for a moment and ask ourselves if gambling on a 100% renewable energy solution that requires further technological advancement is worth the risk? Nuclear energy has the...