and Logan Byers, Johannes Friedrich, Tianyi Luo, Colin McCormick –
Thermal power plants in areas that lack water are vulnerable to power disruptions due to drought and competition amongst water users. As the world's demand for water and power increase, what can be done to solve this growing concern?
and Wei Li –
Questions about national security are legitimate and important, but so is international collaboration for breakthroughs in the energy sector. Is public debate surrounding the Ausgrid bid obscuring the big picture?
China's system of power generation is turning green far more quickly than any other system of comparable size on the planet, say Macquarie University strategic management professor John Mathews and Newcastle Business School senior lecturer Hao Tan.
Governments must do more to protect their citizens from the risks of catastrophic nuclear terrorism, say Des Browne, vice chairman of the Nuclear Threat Initiative and Igor Ivanov, president, Russian International Affairs Council.
Australia must substantially and relatively quickly change the nature of its electricity supply. The Commonwealth's goal is to reduce Australia's greenhouse gas emissions to 80 per cent below 2000 levels ...