25 Oct '11, 1am

China Plans Astonishing Nuclear Power Surge by 2035

China Plans Astonishing Nuclear Power Surge by 2035

In the 20th century, China perhaps did more than any nation to cut global greenhouse gas emissions. Its extremely draconian one child policy, intended to curb overpopulation (for economic development reasons) indirectly benefited all mankind. Human energy use adds heat-trapping greenhouse gases to the atmosphere, which causes increases in the number and frequency of climate extremes. The more people there are, living at a first world standard of living (which China is headed for) the more global greenhouse gases will destabilize our fragile climate balance.

Full article: http://cleantechnica.com/2011/10/24/china-plans-astonishi...

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