Germany alone with no-nuclear policy – article
Germany’s decision to phase-out nuclear power and reduce greenhouse gas emissions at the same time is posing difficulties for the country, which will miss its 2020 CO2 reduction targets, Paola Tamma writes on Politico. Both the IPCC’s new 1.5 degree report and other European countries such as France, Belgium and Sweden are including nuclear power as a low-carbon technology in future energy supply, the article says.
Read the article in English here.
For background, read the CLEW dossier The challenges of Germany’s nuclear phase-out.