Climate love
Image of Britain First

Britain First

Climate love

Britain to construct first next generation nuclear fuel facility

Britain to invest around 200 million pounds to create Europe’s first facility to produce high-assay, low-enriched uranium, a fuel that will be needed to power the next generation of nuclear energy projects.
As part of efforts to meet climate targets and boost energy security.
Image of post in post detailed view

Do you agree?

21 more agrees trigger social media ads

  • We Don't Have Time

    2 w

    Hi, Rashid Kamau. Thanks for posting a climate review on our platform. However, this review should not be directed to Britain First, but to a company or an organization that needs to be aware of this. The idea behind our climate reviews is to make companies and organizations aware that they could (and should) do better. If enough people agree to your review, we will contact the company and ask them to join the climate dialogue. Read more here:

    • Elizabeth Gathigia

      3 w

      This is a great initiative

      • Princess

        3 w

        Investing in next-generation nuclear fuel facilities is a significant step towards meeting climate targets and enhancing energy security.

        • Jane Wangui

          3 w

          This could surely bring Massive Change in the future.this is nice .I hope they will take necessary precautions so as to avoid any accidents related to nuclear energy as they are fatal.

          Welcome, let's solve the climate crisis together
          Post youtube preview with preloading
          youtube overlay

          Write or agree to climate reviews to make businesses and world leaders act. It’s easy and it works.

          Write a climate review

          Voice your opinion on how businesses and organizations impact the climate.
          0 trees planted

          One tree is planted for every climate review written to an organization that is Open for Climate Dialogue™.

          Download the app

          We plant a tree for every new user.