US News: Climate Protection: EU wants to promote nuclear power - Green in front of Super Gau

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The EU wants to promote nuclear power again in the future. The reason: climate protection. The Greens criticize the proposal.

Robert Habeck und Annalena Baerbock im Bundestag © Imago / Future Image Robert Habeck and Annalena Baerbock in the Bundestag

The Chief of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen (CDU), wants to resume nuclear power in the future as "sustainable". France and Poland support the project. Germany - and especially the Greens are anything but enthusiastic.

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Nuclear Power and Climate Protection

While Germany exudes nuclear power in the coming year, President Macron continues to expand. It is a climate-friendly alternative and also make the EU independent of suppliers of fossil fuels.

as Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock traveled on Monday after her inherent in Paris, emphasized her already in advance: "That we have different positions to the nuclear question, that's well known".

The added value of nuclear power for more climate protection also does not see Federal Environment Minister Steffi Lemke (Greens), as it explains in Brussels: "A technology where there is no solution for disposal of poisonous garbage can not be sustainable."

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Party Colleague DAGAG Cleans this assessment: "I do not consider nuclear power for the right technique," he explains in Germany radio. Now it would arrive "that the Commission proposes the right one," says the Economic and Climate Minister.

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