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A climate action group has called on an environmental organisation to rethink its opposition to carbon-free nuclear powe

Your nuclear stance bad for Africa, Greenpeace told RePlanet Africa questioned Greenpeace’s stance against nuclear power, which emits minimal carbon dioxide during operation. [ A climate action group has called on an environmental organisation to rethink its opposition to carbon-free nuclear power. RePlanet Africa questioned Greenpeace’s stance againstΒ nuclear power, which emits minimal carbon dioxide during operation. In February, Greenpeace dragged the European Commission to the European Court of Justice over the inclusion of nuclear energy in the EU’s list of sustainable investments, in what the lobby group said will hurt African countries, some of whom are now seeking partnerships to set up nuclear plants of their own https://www.facebook.com/100064396043596/posts/720880543401807/?mibextid=rS40aB7S9Ucbxw6v

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  • johnte ndeto

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    Carbon free nuclear power should be encouraged as it's climate friendly

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    • Grace Njeri

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      @johnte_ndeto A sustainable and reliable energy source which already plays and will continue playing a key role in the fight against climate change.

      • Rashid Kamau

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        @johnte_ndeto A sustainable and reliable energy source which plays and will continue playing a key role in the fight against climate change.

      • Annett Michuki..

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        • Rukia Ahmed Abdi

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          RePlanet Africa's call for a reevaluation of Greenpeace's opposition to carbon-free nuclear power highlights a crucial debate within the environmental community. The argument in favor of nuclear power, given its minimal carbon emissions during operation, challenges traditional environmental stances. Greenpeace's legal action against the European Commission's inclusion of nuclear energy in sustainable investments is seen by some as potentially detrimental to African countries seeking to establish nuclear plants for their energy needs. This complex issue underscores the need for a nuanced discussion about the role of nuclear energy in climate action and its potential impact on developing nations. It's a reminder that addressing climate change often involves difficult choices and trade-offs.

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          • rosebellendiritu

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            Good for this media house to tackle this

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            • Rotich Kim

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              Climate group have a strong vision towards our environment And they need proper support πŸ”₯πŸ”₯

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              • mercy nduta

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                @rotich_kim Proper support will immensely help big time.

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