Vienna, Austria
  26 Jun 2017 - 30 Jun 2017

E.A. Saenz S.1 , J.E. Sánchez Cano2

1Physics student, UNAM
2 Universidad Juárez del Estado de Durango (UJED), Durango, Mexico


This research conducts an analysis of the production of nuclear energy, nuclear tests and their negative impacts on the planet. Currently discussion of nuclear energy shows it as an energy that does not contribute to the generation of CO2, which reduces dependence on the use and exploitation of hydrocarbons, justifying less damage to the environment. But this discussion does not mention the negative effects of nuclear power, which produces radioactive waste, and possible relation to nuclear test expertise. Nuclear power plants are subject to human accidents and failures, coupled with the collateral damage of the nuclear tests and nuclear energy production. This analysis makes a proposal for better forms of global governance that will influence government policies in favor of strategies to improve global sustainability.