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If the agenda was to actually reduce CO2 emissions in a significant way, the major environmental organizations wouldn't ignore such a useful energy source that provides reliable 24/7 power.

Apparently the Kyoto Protocol does not allow the meeting of CO2 reduction commitments by substituting nuclear power.

“To recognise that Parties included in Annex I are to refrain from using certified emission reductions generated from nuclear facilities to meet their commitments under Article 3.1”
www.oecd-nea.org/ndd/reports/2002/nea3808-kyoto.pdf

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