Therefore nuclear energy is We must not any longer shut our eyes to the consequences of our being on earth.
As a result of the current discussion how further global warming could be prevented or at least mitigated, the revival of nuclear power seems to be in everybody's - or at least in many politician's - mind.
It it interesting to see that in many suggestions to mitigate global warming, the focus is put on the advantages of nuclear power generation, its disadvantages are rarely mentioned.
Nuclear power in description is a contained nuclear fission that generates electricity and heat.
Nuclear power plants provide about 6% of the world’s energy and 14% of electricity.
Some however, such as nuclear energy, are often rejected due to the fears or concerns of many people.
On the other hand, there are also many people in favor of nuclear energy. What could the effects of nuclear energy have on the future of Earth? What exactly is nuclear energy and how does it work? The rest of the process is quite similar if not exactly the same as power plants that burn fossil fuels. Something needs to be done, but no one is sure, or can agree, what that something should be. Fission of nuclear material, like plutonium, gives off about 200 million electron ... Could it be a combination of nuclear and renewables? Time is the only thing that will help us answer such a question. The risks of nuclear power and the risks of nuclear waste are discussed in more detail.Nuclear power for me - nuclear waste for the others?The first pro of nuclear energy is that it emits little pollution to the environment.A power plant that uses coal emits more radiation than nuclear powered plant.Nuclear energy is neither green nor sustainable energy because of the life threatening aspect from its wastes and the nuclear plants themselves.Another reason is that its only source of raw material is only available on earth.Typical power plants, that burn coal, oil or natural gas to supply heat to water and turn it into steam. "Media Discourse and Public Opinion on Nuclear Power: A Constructionist Approach." American Journal of Sociology 95.1 (1989): 1-36. The steam is then used to turn a turbine, which is connected to a generator, which then produces the electricity (ENEC).