What happens when you get the chairman of the UK Atomic Energy Authority, the chief scientist of Greenpeace, an energy and environmental policy expert, and an environmental activist/politician in a room together to talk about nuclear energy?

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What happens when you get the chairman of the UK Atomic Energy Authority, the chief scientist of Greenpeace, an energy and environmental policy expert, and an environmental activist/politician in a room together to talk about nuclear energy?...

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Panelists:
Chair: Geoff Brumfiel - Nature Journal
Professor Roger Cashmore - UK Atomic Energy Authority
Antony Patrick Froggatt - Independent consultant on international energy issues and a senior research fellow at Chatham House
Dr Douglas Parr - Chief Scientist and Policy Director at Greenpeace UK
Baroness (Bryony) Worthington is an experienced climate campaigner who has worked for Friends of the Earth (FOE), the government and in the private sector.

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