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Last edit: June 2020
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If you don't have a lot of time, these two short videos below contain a lot of useful information about hydrogen and its many uses
https://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydrogen The simplified Wiki Page for Hydrogen
https://hydrogeneurope.eu/ Hydrogen Europe is the European Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association. It currently represents more than 160 industry companies, 78 research organizations as well as 21 National Associations.
https://hydrogencouncil.com/en/ The Hydrogen Council is a global initiative of leading energy, transport and industry companies with a united vision and long-term ambition for hydrogen to foster the energy transition.
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Fischer, F. and H. Gottweis (2013). "The argumentative turn in public policy revisited: twenty years later." Critical Policy Studies 7(4): 425-433.
Hansson, S. O. and G. Hirsch Hadorn (2016). "The Argumentative Turn in Policy Analysis : Reasoning about Uncertainty."
Brey, P., et al. (2012). The good life in a technological age. New York, Routledge.
Brey, P. A. (2012). "Anticipatory ethics for emerging technologies." NanoEthics 6(1): 1-13.
Hansson, S. O. (2017). The ethics of technology : methods and approaches. London ; New York, Rowman & Littlefield International.
Jasanoff, S. (2007). "Technologies of humility." Nature 450(7166): 33-33.
Peterson, M. (2017). The ethics of technology : a geometric analysis of five moral principles. New York, Oxford University Press.
Swierstra, T. and A. Rip (2007). "Nano-ethics as NEST-ethics: Patterns of Moral Argumentation About New and Emerging Science and Technology." NanoEthics 1(1): 3-20.