Take a Tour: Getting the Most Out of Forum on Energy

Welcome to Forum on Energy!

To get you started, here’s a quick overview of some of the site’s features and how to use them:

The category bar: The green navigation bar at the top of each page highlights a range of different topics. Those category links will change often, so keep your eye on them for fresh content and special series developed on Forum on Energy.

Featured Posts: The featured posts section on the top right corner of the site will always show a handful of editor’s picks and will point you to stories you may have missed earlier. Click on the text link located below the photo to view the full article.

E-Newsletter: Submit your e-mail in the text box to receive the monthly Forum on Energy e-newsletter right in your inbox. The newsletter will provide links to notable articles and pull together a selection of the best recent content and features on Forum on Energy.

Featured Stories: This section presents first-person interviews with policy-makers, industry leaders, energy experts, scientists, researchers and more. It will profile a range of personalities from opinion leaders and decision-makers to frontline workers in the nuclear sphere to share their accounts, thoughts and perspectives on a range of important global energy issues.

Twitter feed: @forumonenergy shares daily nuclear energy information and connects with a wide range of followers. Now you can see the feed directly imported into this page. Please follow @forumonenergy on Twitter and join the conversation.

Interactives and Videos: Forum on Energy will profile interactives and videos that dig into important nuclear energy issues. These specialty pieces of content will present a range of perspectives and data.

Social Media Icons:  The social media icons are located in the green navigational bar at the top of the page. These buttons are simple – if you’re logged in to Facebook or Twitter, just click your button of choice to share the post with your network. It will automatically “like” the post for you on Facebook or share the link on your Twitter account. You may also share links and articles via e-mail. And don’t forget to subscribe to our RSS feed. We hope you’ll use those share features frequently to help more people find Forum on Energy content.

For more information about Forum on Energy, please read the Welcome post.