WHY WE FOUNDED emergency reactor

We need to have a serious conversation.
We are losing the battle to address the climate emergency.

France virtually decarbonised their electric grid in just 12 years using 70s era nuclear technology.

We can choose to do the same, and save the planet within the next decade.

The definition of madness is doing the same thing over and over again expecting or hoping for a different result. That’s what we’ve done by expecting to replace fossil fuels with renewables alone.

WE CAN’T CONTINUE TO WASTE TIME.
WE NEED TO REACT NOW.

Our Demands

1

LIES LIES LIES

Stop telling them.

Stop spreading misinformation and fear.

Follow the science about nuclear energy.

Draw facts from reliable international bodies (the UN, the IPCC, WHO), not from ideologically driven ‘green’ groups or boomer generation ideologues.

2

DON’T BE CLIMATE CONFUSED

Green groups: either back nuclear or back down. Either you’re against climate change or you’re against nuclear power.

You can’t have it both ways. Stop hanging onto hippie-era conspiracy theories and join us in the fight of our lives to end this climate emergency.

It’s not too late to be on the right side of history.

3

REACT NOW

World governments: Stop dithering and build more, not less!

Aim for 50% nuclear at least, as per the science. Extreme over-regulation and lack of financial commitment have let costs of nuclear soar.

It doesn’t have to be this way. Many countries are building reactors quickly and at very low cost. What are you waiting for?

Don’t stall on climate action.

Who We Are

We are a group of ordinary citizens from different backgrounds including environmentalists, scientists, parents, artists and teachers, who care about the future of our planet and are concerned about climate change.

We have come together to help educate people about solutions to climate change, with a focus on clean energy. We host public information stalls and organise banner drops and other climate activist events.

Emergency Reactor’s small start-up costs have kindly been covered by entrepreneur, investor and philanthropist Daniel Aegerter, who is also the son of two nuclear physicists.

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