The most important issue of population growth away from the ocean in vast available areas is energy. If you understand this, you will understand, what an important part uranium/ nuclear power plays in overpopulation of coastal areas.
Feel free to think this is nonsense.
Understanding this is not as easy as understanding that a higher spot price is good for Uranium miners.
could you provide a little more detail on your profound statememt about population expansion beyond coastal areas? And how this may impact Nuclear? Whats coastal got to do with it? What about all the existing power grid and infrastructure which are primarily coal driven and are the same in coastal and rural?
Also in the near future (seven to ten years), nuclear energy will be used to desalinate ocean water and correct chronic water shortages in areas like southern China, India, central Asia. Expertise in using nuclear energy is increasing around the world. Its a field that talented young people should consider.
Yes Sir you are correct. Sooner or later the pitfalls of other green energy sources will become visible when it comes to real high demand and ever growing concern about the air we breath and amount of sun we get.
Don't forget electric cars !!!! HUGE DEMAND in population centers .