Global Security Forum 2012: Scenario 2030: Is the U.S. Nuclear Industry Dying?
- Wednesday, Apr 11, 2012
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The Global Security Forum 2012 is a forum on the top challenges facing U.S. and global security. The United States is in danger of losing its nuclear energy industry – an industry of unique strategic importance, potential for misuse, and promise for addressing the environmental and energy demands of the future. This panel will look at trends affecting the industry and the national security implications of these trends.
Scenario 2030: Is the U.S. Nuclear Industry Dying?
Lt. Gen. Brent Scowcroft (ret.),
former National Security Advisor; CSIS Counselor and Trustee
Mayo A. Shattuck III,
Chairman, President, and CEO, Constellation Energy Group, Inc.
President and CEO, CSIS
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