4 edition of Nuclear energy and ethics found in the catalog.
Nuclear energy and ethics
|Statement||edited by Kristin Shrader-Frechette.|
|Contributions||Shrader-Frechette, K. S., World Council of Churches.|
|LC Classifications||TK9006 .N747 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||233 p. :|
|Number of Pages||233|
|LC Control Number||92188885|
alternative to carbon-based energy sources. As a contribution to the growing public debate about nuclear power development, this paper offers a set of insights into the social and ethical aspects of nuclear power development by drawing from published literature in the humanities and social Size: 1MB. Originally perceived as a cheap and plentiful source of power, the commercial use of nuclear energy has been controversial for decades. Worries about the dangers that nuclear plants and their radioactive waste posed to nearby communities grew over time, and plant construction in the United States virtually died after the early s. The disaster at Chernobyl only reinforced nuclear power.
Nuclear energy politics: moralism vs. ethics. [Margaret N Maxey] Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: # Nuclear energy--Moral and ethical aspects\/span> \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 schema. This book provides an authoritative reference on all aspects of the nuclear energy enterprise for both fission and fusion reactors. Featuring 22 peer-reviewed chapters by Available Formats: Hardcover eReference Book with Online Access.
The Ethics of Nuclear Energy Despite the nuclear accident at the Fukushima Daiichi plant in Japan, a growing number of countries are interested in expanding or introducing nuclear energy. However, nuclear energy production and nuclear waste disposal give rise to pressing ethical questions that society needs to Size: KB. There are some who take the position that we are never justified in using nuclear weapons. This view — call it nuclear pacifism — naturally leads to a policy of unilateral nuclear disarmament.. Since nuclear pacifism sees nuclear detonation for military purposes as inherently wrong, there’s no justifiable reason, on this view, to possess nuclear : Steve Hays.
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They also address the question of when, and under which conditions, nuclear energy should play a role in the world's future supply of electricity, looking at both developing and industrialized countries. The book will interest readers in ethics and political philosophy, social and political sciences, nuclear engineering, and policy : Paperback.
They also address the question of when, and under which conditions, nuclear energy should play a role in the world's future supply of electricity, looking at both developing and industrialized countries.
The book will interest readers in ethics and political philosophy, social and political sciences, nuclear engineering, and policy : Behnam Taebi. The Ethics of Nuclear Energy takes up this challenge with essays by an international team of scholars focusing on the key issues of risk, justice and democracy.
The essays consider a range of ethical issues including radiological protection, the influence of gender in the acceptability of nuclear risk, and environmental, international and intergenerational justice in the context of nuclear energy.
They also address the question of when, and under which conditions, nuclear energy should play a role in the world's future supply of electricity, looking at both developing and industrialized countries. The book will interest readers in ethics and political philosophy, social and political sciences, nuclear engineering, and policy studies.
1 - The ethics of nuclear energy: an introduction By Behnam Taebi, Sabine Roeser Edited by Behnam Taebi, Technische Universiteit Delft, The Netherlands, Sabine Roeser, Author: Behnam Taebi, Sabine Roeser. So here I am, reviewing a mid's book about the ethics of nuclear policy.
The first half or so of the book was pretty basic for me. It was a review of Nuclear energy and ethics book ways of to assess a moral decision/5. Proponents find nuclear energy sustainable as it can produce clean, secure and reliable electricity that does not put the earth’s climate in jeopardy (Bonser, ); other enthusiasts have more reservations but maintain that nuclear power can contribute to sustainable development in a “transitional role towards establishing sustainable [renewable] energy systems”(Bruggink & Van der Zwaan,p).Author: Behnam Taebi.
They are non-fiction books which relate to uranium mining, nuclear weapons and/or nuclear power. American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer () The Angry Genie: One Man's Walk Through the Nuclear Age () The Atom Besieged: Extraparliamentary Dissent in France and Germany ().
Nuclear energy is considered as a sustainable energy source that reduces green house gas. emission and produces far less wastes than conventional energy. On the other hand, nuclear fuel. and wastes are highly radioactive, posing many threats to public health and the by: 3.
nuclear energy, the energy stored in the nucleus of an atom and released through fission, fusion, or these processes a small amount of mass is converted to energy according to the relationship E = mc 2, where E is energy, m is mass, and c is the speed of light (see relativity).The most pressing problems concerning nuclear energy are the possibility of an accident or systems.
Despite the nuclear accident at the Fukushima Daiichi plant in Japan, a growing number of countries are interested in expanding or introducing nuclear energy.
However, nuclear energy production and nuclear waste disposal give rise to pressing ethical questions that society needs to face. This book takes up this challenge with essays by an.
Code of Ethics Preamble Recognizing the profound importance of nuclear science and technology in affecting the quality of life throughout the world, members of the American Nuclear Society (ANS) are committed to the highest ethical and professional conduct.
This book is an easy to use instructional aide. Explore sustainability issues in contemporary society through a transdisciplinary approach. Chapters include ethics, public resources, public policy, combustion, heat exchangers, nuclear, solar, water, and wind energy.
Nuclear power proponents speak from their value systems, and may indeed be well-intentioned persons. Values such as providing huge amounts of energy, promoting economic growth, providing national defense, can make nuclear power and nuclear weapons look ethical.
But are nuclear power and nuclear weapons, in the long run, good or evil. Moral consensus and nuclear power / Kristin Shrader-Frechette --An overview of the issues confronting nuclear energy and the concerns of churches / Ulrich Ratsch --Radioactive wastes and their disposal / Gordon Linsley --Nuclear technology today / Bena-Silu --The impact and safety of commercial nuclear energy / Achilles del Callar --Setting the.
Ethics and Nuclear Energy Technology 3 1. Nuclear Energy and Climate Change Nuclear Energy Nuclear energy is one of the energy options used today across the world that could be expanded for the future because in its normal day-to-day operations it does not produce significant CO 2 and other pollutants into the atmosphere, which cause.
Nuclear Energy is one of the most popular texts ever published on basic nuclear physics, systems, and applications of nuclear energy. This newest edition continues the tradition of offering a holistic treatment of everything the undergraduate engineering student needs to know in a clear and accessible way.
However, nuclear energy production and nuclear waste disposal give rise to pressing ethical questions that society needs to face. This book takes up this challenge with essays by an international team of scholars focusing on the key issues of risk, justice, and : Cambridge University Press.
Nuclear Energy: An Introduction to the Concepts, Systems, and Applications of Nuclear Processes, Eighth Edition, provides essential information on basic nuclear physics, systems and the applications of nuclear comprehensively covers Basic Concepts, Radiation and Its Uses, and Nuclear Power, providing students with a broad view of nuclear energy and science in a fast-paced format that.
Nuclear ethics is a cross-disciplinary field of academic and policy-relevant study in which the problems associated with nuclear warfare, nuclear deterrence, nuclear arms control, nuclear disarmament, or nuclear energy are examined through one or more ethical or moral theories or frameworks.
1. Introduction. The Fukushima accident has brought nuclear power to the forefront of political controversy again. This controversy is particularly hard to resolve due to four specific characteristics of the risks of nuclear energy: (i) a nuclear accident has a low probability but potentially very large consequences; (ii) nuclear risk assessments are thwarted by high levels of uncertainty and Cited by: Nuclear energy is the energy in the nucleus, or core, of an atom.
Atoms are tiny units that make up all matter in the universe, and energy is what holds the nucleus together. There is a huge amount of energy in an atom's dense nucleus. In fact, the power that holds the nucleus together is officially called the "strong force."Nuclear energy can be used to create electricity, but it must first.d.
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