Nuclear Energy

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Nuclear Energy by Mind Map: Nuclear Energy

1. Economic Impact

1.1. Direct Cost savings

1.1.1. Increased money supply Increased GDP Increased Government expenditure Increased standard of living

1.2. Fossil fuel price capping

1.3. Energy supply security

1.4. Avoided net fuel imports

1.5. Enhanced technology exports

1.6. Electricity price stability

1.7. Intellectual capital gains

2. Social Impact

2.1. Changed employment levels

2.2. Changed risk perceptions

2.2.1. Misuse of nuclear Nuclear weapons Nuclear war

2.3. Changed social consensus

2.4. Changed cultural impact

2.5. Changed ecological impact

3. Environmental Impact

3.1. Increased radiation levels

3.1.1. Increased health issue

3.1.2. Increased death rate

3.2. Nuclear accident consequences

3.2.1. Wipe out masses of land

3.2.2. Deaths of innocent

3.3. Avoided greenhouse gas emissions

3.4. Avoided carcinogen emissions

3.5. Avoided acid gas emissions

3.6. Avoided fuel extraction and transport accidents

4. Consequences

4.1. Enhanced productivity

4.2. Improved competitivity

4.3. Improved terms of trade

4.4. Currency appreciation and increased economic growth

4.5. Changed levels of morbidity and mortality, therefore economic output

4.6. Changed physical damage and environmental losses affecting resource utilisation

4.7. Direct effects on resources

4.8. Changed institutional costs

4.9. Changed economic efficiency