For years we have relied on fossil fuels to produce the light, heat and energy we need to live and work. But these supplies are diminishing, and polluting our environment. So can renewable resources step into the breach annd produce enough energy to power the world? In this special Naked Scientists show, live from the Cambridge Science Centre, we talk to some of the researchers trying to do just that, as well as conducting some energy-related experiments of our own...
Nuclear fusion would seem to me to be the answer. As I understand this technology should be available in 20-30 years time if not sooner. Am I correct here? ROGER MARTIN, Thu, 9th Oct 2014
In reply to the podcast:- Not true at all. That's the view of greens. It's not a scientific view but a political one.