Leonard E. Reed, Competitive Enterprise Institute: This video shows how even the simplest and most common of things in our lives is connected with many people and resources around the world. If we understand simple examples from our complex world, we will be better able to appreciate the importance of plentiful, reliable, long lasting energy..
Subarna and Praja Maharjan live in the outskirts of Kathmandu, Nepal. They raised two children of their own. For years, they have taken in eight to ten orphans at a time and given them a wonderful family life, shelter, food, and good schooling. They are an excellent example of people who are doing a lot more than just taking care of themselves. In 2015 a terrible earthquake in Nepal destroyed much of Kathmandu, including their home. Please consider sending support to this outstanding family.
Nuclear Africa is helping the world to have access to nuclear energy. This essay shows how large the African Continent is; China, Europe. India, Japan, and the United States all fit like pieces of a puzzle within the boundaries of Africa. This is how big the challenge is to establish plentiful, reliable, clean electrical energy for the people and economies of Africa.
Leon Louw - South Africa’s need for a reliable, clean form of base load power couldn’t be clearer. The prolonged period of ‘load shedding’, brought on by a severe overreliance on coal, is having a catastrophic effect on South Africa’s promising economy with only 1.5% GDP growth in 2014; the lowest since the financial crisis in 2009 (World Bank).