For the COP24 to be held in Poland, at a time when the country’s leading figures are signalling a clear shift away from coal to nuclear energy, speaks to the support for an inclusive view of low-carbon power across Europe.
With new nuclear power, cleaner cities, lower emissions and cheaper electricity await.
Both countries rely predominantly on fossil fuels in power generation. That needs to change.
Today's electric cars still need to rely on power grids to be juiced up. Therein lies a problem.
There is no perfect energy source. Conservation professionals and environmental advocates need to take an evidence-based approach.
Energy experts argue nuclear power should be a major component of our rescue from a more meteorologically destructive world.