Environmental effects and initiatives of nuclear power via international initiatives in 1980s as a bipolar international policy

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2021 Ural Environmental Science Forum on Sustainable Development of Industrial Region, UESF 2021, Cheljabinsk, Russia, 17 - 19 February 2021, vol.258 identifier

  • Publication Type: Conference Paper / Full Text
  • Volume: 258
  • Doi Number: 10.1051/e3sconf/202125805024
  • City: Cheljabinsk
  • Country: Russia
  • Dokuz Eylül University Affiliated: No


© The Authors, published by EDP Sciences, 2021.In 1980 American Nuclear Society scholars Walter Jordan and Samuel Glasstone delivered a coherent and methodological presentation of the consequences of nuclear power on the environment. Focusing on a multitude of matters extending from nuclear power and reactor safety to the discarding of waste heat and the biological outcomes of radiation, enclosed many of the concerns involving to nuclear environmental effect. Furthermore, America's diverse legacy has allowed competing claimants to propose conflicting opinions of its position in the conclusion of the Cold War and the reduction of nuclear conflicts in the 1990s. Particular specifics, nevertheless, are beyond argument. United States headed over a immense nuclear accumulation and sprung an costly struggle to construct a defense versus strategic missiles that aggravated frictions with Soviet Union. This paper is aimed for specialists in any specific area and they will find the study presented as of a specific time period in nature and is therefore studies of later periods is recommended for advanced studies. Nevertheless, the educated scholars will possibly find the study informative and illuminating, and the paper will serve well the commitment to educating of misinformed community too. This study is thus endorsed for use in any activities engaged at public education in its subject matter.