March 16, 2012

UK Greens Divide on Nuclear

Breakthrough Institute, Energy Collective

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Prominent environmentalists in the United Kingdom are at loggerheads over whether Britain should pursue new nuclear power plants, in a clash that has revealed sharply divergent approaches to energy and climate change.

Five leading environmentalists said abandoning plans for nuclear power would be a "serious environmental mistake," according to a letter submitted to Prime Minister David Cameron yesterday.

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TAGGED: Radiation, United Nations, Japan, Environmentalists, United Kingdom, Nuclear Energy, Nuclear Power


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