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Is Momentum Building for Changes in Uranium Mining & Nuclear Energy Laws?

Today we had on the show Jonathan Fisher, CEO of Cauldron Energy, to chat through what the stance on uranium mining and nuclear power generation currently looks like in Australia.


Jonathan shared his thoughts on various commonly cited critiques of why nuclear isn’t viable as a fossil fuel free energy source, as well as what would have to change for mining to commence and the flow on effects of that.


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(0:39) Intro

(4:42) Is the momentum changing?

(7:54) What’s the current lay of the land for uranium in Australia?

(11:25) Laws around Nuclear Power generation in Australia

(13:36) Why haven’t laws been amended by previous governments?

(16:27) Step by step through the common critiques of nuclear power

(32:28 Why is it framed as renewables versus nuclear?

(36:08) How important is the proper rehabbing of Ranger

(38:50) What is in-situ uranium mining

(43:43) Will In-Situ recovery of Uranium influence WA policy change?

(46:56) If Australia goes Nuclear, what does it look like?

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