David Attenborough backs huge Apollo-style clean energy research plan.

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Naturalist says 10-year public research and development programme, that would emulate race to put men on the moon, could halt climate change.

An Apollo-style research programme to make renewable energy cheaper than fossil fuels has won the backing of Sir David Attenborough, who says this alone would be enough to halt climate change.
The renowned naturalist joins a group of eminent scientists, business executives and politicians backing a 10-year public research and development plan to cut the costs of clean energy and deliver affordable technologies to store and transport solar and wind power.

In a letter to the Guardian, the group argue that the approach, mirroring the intense Apollo programme that put men on the moon, “will not only pay for itself but provide economic benefits to the nations of the world”.
“I have been lucky enough to spend my life exploring the world’s oceans, forests and deserts. But the…

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4 thoughts on “David Attenborough backs huge Apollo-style clean energy research plan.

  1. My research mentor, the late Dr. Paul Kazuo Kuroda of the Imperial University of Tokyo, risked his life to expose deceptive physics to the public by secretly retaining in his home a copy of Japan’s successful atomic bomb design for 57 years.

    Kuroda died in 2001 and BBC News reported that his widow returned the documents to Japan in 2002.

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