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Simms, on behalf of the foundation, is a prominent voice opposing the 2005-2006 push to secure approval for a new generation of nuclear power stations. Andrew is the author of Ecological Debt: Global warming and the wealth of nations (2009).
c/o nef (the new economics foundation),
3 Jonathan Street, London, SE11 5NH.
Tel: 020 7820 6355
Email: andrew.simms AT neweconomics.org
- Biography on the NEF website, undated, accessed December 9, 2005.
- Audio archive of the Today programme, BBC Radio 4, November 29, 2005. Audio clip featuring Simms speaking against nuclear energy at 0m40s, and transcript.
- Molly Conisbee, Petra Kjell, Julian Oram, Jessica Bridges Palmer, Andrew Simms and John Taylor, "Clone Town Britain: The loss of local identity on the nation's high streets" (PDF), August 28, 2004.
- Andrew Simms, John Magrath and Hannah Reid, "Up In Smoke: Threats from and responses to, the impact of global warming on human development" (PDF), October 20, 2004.
- Andrew Simms, Petra Kjell and Ruth Potts, "Clone Town Britain: The survey results on the bland state of the nation" (PDF), June 6, 2005.
- Andrew Simms, Petra Kjell, and David Woodward, "Mirage and oasis: Energy choices in an age of global warming. The trouble with nuclear power and the potential of renewable energy", June 2005, (1.2MB PDF).