Human–Environment Hybridity: Implications of Rising China for Uranium Geopolitics #Africa

2018/06/19 – Recent scholarship in political ecology has called for investigating how resources are discursively and materially securitized within political economies (Peluso and Vandergeest 2011). Uranium is a quintessential hybrid human/non-human resource whose securitization has historically been a high global priority. Continuer à lire … « Human–Environment Hybridity: Implications of Rising China for Uranium Geopolitics #Africa »

Canadian firm, StarCore proposes 23 mini nuclear power plants for Nigeria

2018/06/15 – Canadian Company, StarCore Nuclear Inc. has proposed to the Federal Government of Nigeria, the rollout of 23 small modular reactor nuclear power stations to help provide electricity supply which will be accessible to millions of Nigerians who currently have unreliable or no access to electricity. Continuer à lire … « Canadian firm, StarCore proposes 23 mini nuclear power plants for Nigeria »

Sudan plans to sign memorandum with Russia on construction of nuclear power plant

2018/03/17 – Sudan plans to sign a memorandum with Russia on the construction of a nuclear power plant, Sudan News Agency (SUNA) said on Monday, citing an official from the ministry of water resources, irrigation and electricity. Continuer à lire … « Sudan plans to sign memorandum with Russia on construction of nuclear power plant »

Mali: Nuclear power and insurgents in the desert

A slow-burning crisis is unfolding in Mali, a country set to hold president elections in April.
The incumbent, Ibrahim Boubacar Keita, is eligible for a second term but his popularity in turbulent Mali is hard to gauge. One of his challengers is supposedly his ally, Kalifa Sanogo, Mayor of Sikasso, Mali’s second largest city. Continuer à lire … « Mali: Nuclear power and insurgents in the desert »

Sudan, Russia to sign accord to develop nuclear power: SUNA agency

2018/03/13 – Sudan will sign a“roadmap” with Russia to build nuclear power stations during a visit to Moscow by Khartoum’s electricity minister, state news agency SUNA said on Monday.SUNA said Water Resources, Irrigation, and Electricity Minister Moataz Mousa, who left Khartoum on Monday, would meet the head of Russia’s state nuclear agency Rosatom. Continuer à lire … « Sudan, Russia to sign accord to develop nuclear power: SUNA agency »