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Illinois generates more zero-emissions electricity than any other state, mostly from nukes, which are in their prime and could stay operating for decades.

Unfortunately, the State is at risk of losing some of its nuclear plants because all low-carbon energy is not supported in the fight against climate change, only renewables are.

Comment: We have an open mind here on much of climate science, and Hansen is a fraud, but he is right about this.

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What is the carbon foot print for a nuclear plant? It has to be massive. And the tens of thousands of years for the spent fuel and plant at the end of it’s life.