Nuclear Power and Global Warming
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In a bid to sell the story of a 'nuclear renaissance', the nuclear power industry is promoting the claim that as its greenhouse gas emissions are lower than coal-fired thermal plants, that is it the only large scale 'solution' to global warming.
- Mark Clayton, "How green is nuclear power?: Some call it a carbon-free alternative to fossil fuels, but others point to significant environmental costs", Christian Science Monitor, March 7, 2007.
- Richard Simon, Nuclear power enters global warming debate; Legislation to cut greenhouse gas emissions creates new alliances and opens old wounds on Capitol Hill, Los Angeles Times, April 9, 2007.
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