"It’s been a scorching summer and you may have found yourself down at the beach a few times. But how much do you know about the wildlife that lives on our beaches and in our seas? Last year I was introduced to Sea Watch: a programme that encourages the public to help those who work in the field learn more about the species that use our seas. Exmoor National Park were running a Sea Watch Training Day for anyone interested and had asked Lee Abbey to host it. As a member of the Lee Abbey community, and soon to be their Environmental Coordinator, I got the opportunity to join in."
So says ISCAST fellow Ian Hore-Lacy in an article arguing that nuclear energy is the only sensible and moral option to supply base-load power in Australia. It's a provocative position in a country where nuclear is too hot to handle.