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Because nuclear power plants do not emit greenhouse gases, the nuclear power industry has gained more followers. But the leaks from the Japanese nuclear power plant last week show that one does not solve the climate problems by reinforcing another problem, says Lars Haltbrekken, leader of the Norwegian Nature Conservation Association.

(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)

Arguing that nuclear power plants do not emit greenhouse gases, the nuclear power industry has shaken off the ghosts of the Chernobyl accident and once again caught wind in the sails. But on June 16 did earthquakes cause havoc and emissions from the world's largest nuclear power plant Kashiwazaki-Kariwa?

- We do not solve one problem by reinforcing another. The events in Japan show that accidents in the nuclear power industry are not just a thing of the past. In Norway, there are forces that work to build nuclear power based on thorium instead of uranium. They argue that thorium. . .

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