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Nuclear power beyond generating electricity Nuclear can be utilized to decarbonize non-electric applications. (...) Improving safety of ageing nuclear power plants Due to Imposed travel restrictions due to the pandemic, a new set of guidelines provide nuclear power plant operators an additional support tool until IAEA missions can resume.  Nuclear Science for Ocean Health As the largest ecosystem on the planet, the world’s ocean is a pillar of climate regulation and a powerful source of solutions to the changing climate.
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In France, Slovakia, and Ukraine nuclear power even makes for more than half of the total electricity production. (...) Fukushima In March 2011, the Fukushima-Daiichi nuclear power plant suffered major damage from the failure of equipment after the magnitude 9.0 great east-Japan earthquake and subsequent tsunami. (...) The Office for Disarmament Affairs promotes nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation. The Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space produced the 1992 Principles on the use of nuclear power sources in outer space.
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Letters | General Assembly of the United Nations Welcome to the United Nations Language: العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español General Assembly About Biography Ethics and Transparency Team Mandates Election of the 74th President of the General Assembly Documents Speeches Letters Memos Media Press Statements Spokesperson’s Briefings Readouts Press Releases Op-Eds Gallery Media Highlights Videos Events Joining Forces and Redoubling Efforts to Achieve Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment for All The Culture of Peace Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons Gender Equality and Women’s Leadership for a Sustainable World ICPD +25 Nelson Mandela International Day Culture and Sustainable Development Regional Organizations and Crime Prevention Addressing Inequality Toward Inclusive Development Commodity Markets International Cooperation to Combat Illicit Financial Flows and Strengthen Good Practices on Asset Returns Hearing with Indigenous Peoples International Day of Multilateralism and Diplomacy for Peace Harmony with Nature Climate and Sustainable Development for All The Future of Work Women in Power Women in Power – CALL TO ACTION From Global Issues to Local Priorities International Migration and Development Annual Parliamentary Hearing International Year of Indigenous Languages Human Rights Defenders Development Cooperation in Middle-Income Countries Nelson Mandela Peace Summit Fight to end Tuberculosis Non-Communicable Diseases Morning Mingas Events FAQ Calendar Calendar Daily Agenda Play It Out! High-Level Week Universal Health Coverage Climate Action Summit SDG Summit Financing For Development SAMOA Pathway Midterm Review Select Page Making the United Nations Relevant to all People Letters Morning Mingas 16 Sep 2019 Letter dated 16 September 2019 sharing summaries of the session’s Morning Mingas International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons 16 Sep 2019 Letter dated 16 September 2019 concerning the International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons Handover Report 16 Sep 2019 Letter dated 16 September 2019 sharing the handover report of the 73rd session of the United Nations General Assembly The Culture of Peace 16 Sep 2019 Letter dated 16 September 2019 sharing a summary of the High-level Forum on the Culture of Peace Women in Power 16 Sep 2019 Letter dated 16 September 2019 sharing the summary of the Informal High-level meeting on Women in Power held 12 September SAMOA Pathway (silence not broken) 16 Sep 2019 Letter dated 16 September 2019 regarding the silence procedure on the final draft of the political declaration of the SAMOA Pathway, informing that the silence on the revised draft has not been broken SAMOA Pathway (updated concept note and list of speakers) 16 Sep 2019 Letter dated 16 September 2019 transmitting an updated concept note and list of speakers for SAMOA Pathway Financing for Development 14 Sep 2019 Letter dated 14 September 2019 transmitting details of the preliminary programme for the High-level Dialogue on financing for development Final Quarterly Report 13 Sep 2019 Letter dated 13 September 2019 sharing the final quarterly report Universal Health Coverage (silence not broken) 13 Sep 2019 Letter dated 13 September 2019 regarding the silence procedure on the final revised draft political declaration to be approved at the High-level meeting on universal health coverage, informing that the silence on the revised draft has not been broken. 30th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child 13 Sep 2019 Letter dated 13 September 2019 on the 30th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child Samoa Pathway (silence procedure) 13 Sep 2019 Letter dated 13 September 2019 on the revised final draft of the political declaration of SAMOA pathway, which is now under silence until 9:00PM on 13 September SAMOA Pathway (list of speakers) 13 Sep 2019 Letter dated 13 September 2019 on the SAMOA Pathway list of speakers SDG Summit 11 Sep 2019 Letter dated 11 September 2019 sharing logistical information, as well as preliminary programme for the SDG Summit to be held 24 and 25 September 2019 SAMOA Pathway (Silence Procedure) 11 Sep 2019 Letter dated 11 September 2019 on the intergovernmental consultations of the political declaration of the high-level mid-term review of the Small Island Developing States Accelerated Modalities of Action (SAMOA) Pathway Women in Power – Informal High-level Event 11 Sep 2019 Letter dated 11 September 2019 sharing the final programme of the Informal High-level Event on Women in Power to be held 12 September SAMOA Pathway 10 Sep 2019 Letter dated 10 September 2019 sharing the Political Declaration, which will be placed under silence procedure following its presentation on 11 September Universal Health Coverage (silence procedure) 10 Sep 2019 Letter dated 10 September 2019 on the political declaration to be approved at the High-level meeting on Universal health coverage Universal Health Coverage 9 Sep 2019 Letter dated 9 September 2019 enclosing an updated provisional programme of the High-level meeting on Universal Health Coverage 25th Anniversary of the Fourth World Conference on Women 9 Sep 2019 Letter dated 9 September 2019 informing that the silence procedure on the revised draft resolution has not been broken and that it will be considered at the plenary meeting to be held 12 September. 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International Day against Nuclear Tests 6 Sep 2019 Letter dated 6 September 2019 concerning the International Day against Nuclear Tests to take place 9 September 30th Anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child 5 Sep 2019 Letter dated 5 September 2019 regarding the list of organizations that expressed interest to attend the High-level commemorative event to mark the 30th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child to be held 25 September 2019 25th anniversary of the Fourth World Conference on Women (silence procedure) 5 Sep 2019 Letter dated 5 September 2019 regarding the breaking of silence procedure of the High-level meeting on the 25th anniversary of the Fourth World Conference on Women Older Entries Search for: Reference Links QUICK LINKS UN News UN Journal Webcast KEY DOCUMENTS UN Charter GA Rules of Procedure Resolutions RELATED SITES General Assembly General Assembly Affairs Protocol RESOURCES Documents Search Delegate’s handbook Media Arrangements United Nations A-Z Site Index | Contact | Copyright | Fraud Alert | Privacy Notice | Terms of Use Designed by Elegant Themes | Powered by WordPress
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The Nobel Peace Prize for 2005 In its Award Ceremony Speech, the Nobel Committee said: "In the nuclear non-proliferation regime, it is the IAEA which controls that nuclear energy is not misused for military purposes, and the Director General has stood out as an unafraid advocate of new measures to strenghthen that regime." "At a time when disarmament efforts appear deadlocked, when there is a danger that nuclear arms will spread both to states and to terrorist groups, and when nuclear power again appears to be playing an increasingly significant role, IAEA's work is of incalculable importance." (...) The Nobel Peace Prize is a powerful message for us - to endure in our efforts to work for security and development.
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Nuclear power has the potential to increase its integration with other low-carbon energy sources in a future decarbonised energy mix. (...) Twenty countries currently operate nuclear power plants, and fifteen countries have new reactors under construction or under development. (...) Belgium and Germany have announced phasing out nuclear power, in 2025 and 2023 respectively. Some 292 reactors are in operation in the region. 
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Seven UNECE member States are in the process of developing nuclear power programmes for the first time. However, some countries have chosen not to pursue nuclear power because they consider the risks of nuclear incidents and accidents to be unacceptable or because of issues linked to long-term disposal of radioactive wastes. In many parts of the world, existing large scale nuclear power plants are a cost-competitive option for generating electricity. (...) SMRs could provide electricity for small grids or remote locations and will improve the integration of variable renewable energy sources. The  UNECE nuclear power   technology brief  highlights the need for nations who use nuclear power to work together beyond borders.
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Score: 1188795.6 - https://unece.org/sustainable-...ctricity-systems/nuclear-power
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Seven UNECE member States are in the process of developing nuclear power programmes for the first time. However, some countries have chosen not to pursue nuclear power because they consider the risks of nuclear incidents and accidents to be unacceptable or because of issues linked to long-term disposal of radioactive wastes. In many parts of the world, existing large scale nuclear power plants are a cost-competitive option for generating electricity. (...) SMRs could provide electricity for small grids or remote locations and will improve the integration of variable renewable energy sources. The  UNECE nuclear power   technology brief  highlights the need for nations who use nuclear power to work together beyond borders.
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Score: 1188795.6 - https://unece.org/zh-hans/node/354599
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Seven UNECE member States are in the process of developing nuclear power programmes for the first time. However, some countries have chosen not to pursue nuclear power because they consider the risks of nuclear incidents and accidents to be unacceptable or because of issues linked to long-term disposal of radioactive wastes. In many parts of the world, existing large scale nuclear power plants are a cost-competitive option for generating electricity. (...) SMRs could provide electricity for small grids or remote locations and will improve the integration of variable renewable energy sources. The  UNECE nuclear power   technology brief  highlights the need for nations who use nuclear power to work together beyond borders.
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Score: 1188795.6 - https://unece.org/es/node/354599
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Seven UNECE member States are in the process of developing nuclear power programmes for the first time. However, some countries have chosen not to pursue nuclear power because they consider the risks of nuclear incidents and accidents to be unacceptable or because of issues linked to long-term disposal of radioactive wastes. In many parts of the world, existing large scale nuclear power plants are a cost-competitive option for generating electricity. (...) SMRs could provide electricity for small grids or remote locations and will improve the integration of variable renewable energy sources. The  UNECE nuclear power   technology brief  highlights the need for nations who use nuclear power to work together beyond borders.
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Score: 1188795.6 - https://unece.org/ar/node/354599
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Seven UNECE member States are in the process of developing nuclear power programmes for the first time. However, some countries have chosen not to pursue nuclear power because they consider the risks of nuclear incidents and accidents to be unacceptable or because of issues linked to long-term disposal of radioactive wastes. In many parts of the world, existing large scale nuclear power plants are a cost-competitive option for generating electricity. (...) SMRs could provide electricity for small grids or remote locations and will improve the integration of variable renewable energy sources. The  UNECE nuclear power   technology brief  highlights the need for nations who use nuclear power to work together beyond borders.
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Score: 1188795.6 - https://unece.org/fr/node/354599
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