Nuclear power: why is it so unpopular? | The Economist

The Economist – Mar 5, 2021

The meltdown at a nuclear power station in Fukushima, Japan, ten years ago stoked anxieties about nuclear energy. But nuclear is one of the safest, most reliable and sustainable forms of energy, and decarbonising will be much more difficult without it. Further content: Sign up to our newsletter about climate change: https://econ.st/38bLSO9
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