Studies show that women have a generational worldview; that is, a natural ability to see society and various intergenerational aspects in motion, allowing them to think more about horizons that span further than their own generation. But what does a generational worldview entail? And how is it relevant in reducing our carbon footprint and combating climate change?
In recognition of World Environment Day, world leaders reconnected where it first began fifty years ago on June 5, Sweden once again hosted world leaders in the call for collective, transformative action to celebrate, protect, and restore our planet.
Alongside the benefits of replacing conventional power plants with small modular reactors, should we also be considering other long-standing issues before throwing the nuclear switch?
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