German Government plans total pull-out from atomic power.
Remember: Total pull-out from atomic power is in the making by the following countries: Austria, Sweden, Italy, Belgium and Germany (2000). Poland stopped it’s construction of an atomic reactor (although they plan a new one in 2020), Ireland stopped the atomic program in their country.
17 of the E.U. countries do have plans for total pull-out.
Uranium is needed for atomic power plants. Uranium has a range of 60 years. If you renew Uranium for re-use in atomic power plants you get radioactive waste materials. The quarrying of 1 ton of Uranium causes 2000 tons of radiative material.
Atomic power is not environmental friendly and it cannot stop climate change.
It’s just another money printer for the industry.
Prepare yourself with easy-reads and contra-atomic information (Made in Germany):
More scientific information:
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