Do we Need Nuclear Energy to Stop Climate Change?

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Do we need nuclear energy to stop global warming? More and more voices from technology, environmental activists and the press have been stating so in recent years – but this comes as a shock to those who are fighting against nuclear energy and the problems that come with it. So who is right? Well – it is complicated.

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    • ༆xɪᴀɴ ༒ ᴠᴇʀᴅᴇɴ ༆

      @SOME ONE I didn’t get my information from anywhere else except my mind

    • EvidentlyChemistry

      Thank you for making this video.
      Please consider reflecting on why you say renewables are the ultimate goal. As you understand the natural world is under tremendous and increasing pressure from human activity. Minimizing the direct impacts, land and material uses leaves the most chances for nature. As you know, nuclear energy uses less land and materials than renewables. It also has less direct impacts on nature. Thank you for considering this perspective.

    • Coronal mass ejections from the sun is a biiiiig issue as well.

    • Short answer to the very first question on the video without watching the video further: Yes. Yes we do need.

    • @༆xɪᴀɴ ༒ ᴠᴇʀᴅᴇɴ ༆ You didn’t say you were.

  2. Modern coal power plants are not dangerous and possibly less damaging than nuclear, so….

  3. meet the energers, we’ve got windman, nucleodude, and solar-man

  4. I love how the music is all inspired by Eric Prydz “Opus”

  5. Bruh thought this was the infographics show

  6. Greatly appreciate “opinion starts here” disclaimer

  7. This is super well done. I would like to point out that in some sections, like the “Electricity Mix” (with France and Norway) the labels for the energy sources are a bit low-contrast and might be harder to read for visually impaired people.

  8. NotLess Grossman

    Plant more trees: enters the chat

  9. Fabrizio Carbajal Pimentel

    There’s no the catchy intro music in this video

  10. Eduardo Juárez Martínez


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