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No M, nuclear power will not solve our climate crisis
"No M, nuclear power will not solve our climate crisis,"

"Reply from MP about climate policy in the EU"

"This is an opinion piece. It is the writer who stands for the views that are put forward in the text, not Against."

"REPLICA. Around the world strike young people for politicians to take the climate seriously. They have the right. Climate change is no longer just a future concern. They are already here. The elections to the EUROPEAN parliament will be a choice if the parties have credible answers to our greatest challenge. "

"We regret that the Conservatives in this mode, trying to shuffle away the cards instead of discussing the main issues. Nuclear power can, of course, discussed, but has nothing to with the EU-the choice to make. The EU has long been the wise principle that each member state must take responsibility for their own energy mix. "

"We are convinced that the real purpose behind the Conservatives stance is to move the focus from the climate policy the Conservatives have brought in the EU parliament. The conservatives may have the poorest ratings in the climate work of several independent environmental organizations such as the Swedish society for nature conservation. Need to talk about the other things is obviously great."

"however, It is surprising that the moderate party has chosen nuclear power as one way to shift the focus from its backward-looking policy. Few things should attract the conservatives own ushered a major period of less than the significant tax increases that would be required to finance new nuclear power plants. "

"Nuclear power is more than twice as expensive as renewable energy and private funders are interested in new nuclear power. When Tobés organ Mikael Odenberg (f.d. moderate secretary of defense) left politics and became the general director of svenska kraftnät, he began to count the cost. He ruled out new nuclear power as a costly utopia. "

"Nuclear power will not solve the climate problem either. The conservatives want to double EU investment in nuclear research. According to the EU's own assessment of reactors for commercial operation be possible only if 15 to 20 years. When Conservatives have been researching finished, we will already have a 100% renewable EU a long time ago."

"the Conservatives response to the climate crisis is to invest a few million in the research that has been going on for years but not yet produced a single kilowatt-hour as a result. Our answer is that just such a utsläppsbudget that the IPCC bases its calculations on, be binding legislation across the EU. It is to truly take responsibility for the climate. "

"nAlice Bah Kuhnke, a Member of parliament and candidate for the EU parliament (MP) nPär Holmgren, Klimatexpert and candidate to the EU parliament (MP) nJakop Dalunde, mep and candidate to the EU parliament (MP)nBodil Valero, member of the EUROPEAN parliament and candidate for the EU parliament (MP)"

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