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Will the world lean towards nuclear power to get out of fossil fuels

The situation is changing. As a result, those concerned believe that climate change could lead to a resurgence of nuclear energy around the world.

“Nuclear energy is part of the process of reducing global warming,” Mariano Grossi, director-general of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), said in an interview on Saturday. There is no chance to ignore it.

Callum Thomas has taken part in Cop 27. He is the head of an employer in the nuclear energy sector. “At the Paris climate conference in 2015, it was thought that nuclear energy was not needed,” he said. But now many countries are leaning towards this fuel. Especially as a result of rising gas prices. So the wind has started to change. COP 28 is hoping to stop the rise in temperature Advertising

The memory of the Chernobyl and Fukushima accidents is before the world. There has even been criticism of the nuclear energy sector’s security deficits and waste management.

Demands urgent action for poor countries
However, Germany and New Zealand are opposed to the development of nuclear energy. On the other hand, the United States and Canada are winding up big projects and launching small nuclear reactors. However, India is in talks with French energy giant EDF to set up the world’s largest nuclear power plant.

More concessions: Boris Johnson
Meanwhile, the BBC reported on Sunday that the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Boris Johnson had called on the negotiators of the ongoing COP 26 to move forward in a more united and precise way to find effective ways to achieve the ambitious goal of tackling climate change. At the same time, Boris Johnson called on the countries to show the spirit of giving more concessions in fulfilling their climate promises. “Cop 27 is a week away from the end,” he said. At this time, everyone must unite to prevent global warming, reduce carbon emissions, and prevent deforestation. “

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