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Al Gore doesn’t think nuclear power is the answer by Chuck Baclagon
March 18, 2009, 4:29 am
Filed under: End the nuclear age, Stop climate change | Tags: , , ,

From Greenpeace: Making Waves

It’s always nice when people agree with you. We’ve maintained that nuclear power is a dangerous distraction to the real solutions to the climate crisis for a long time now. It’s dirty, it’s unsafe, it’s a threat to world peace and it is terribly, terribly expensive.

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Climate change, safety, nuke power politics by Chuck Baclagon

From the Philippine Daily Inquirer

SOMETHING terribly wrong is going on for nuclear power to be considered “clean energy.” Nuclear power is not the solution to climate change and it creates more problems than it purports to solve.

Believers in nuclear power, like Representative Mark Cojuangco, think that climate change is their best argument. Nuclear power, they say, is the only alternative to the dirty coal fuel. But notice how, when they talk about nuclear power, they omit or belittle renewable energy. To admit that renewable energy works (it does) renders nuclear power irrelevant.

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