Fukushima and Germany

This post on a German energy law blog on my blogroll discusses the technical aspects of how Germany might turn off the nuclear plants. The authors say that legislation is necessary. And they are right. I object however to their idea that the Fukushima accident should require such a step. When was the last 9.0Continue reading “Fukushima and Germany”

5.3 million years

is what it takes to restore the fossil fuels the world now consumes in one single year. So says Hans Joachim Schellnhuber, a leading German scientist,  in an interview with DER SPIEGEL. Link seen at Daily Kos diarist citisven. That does not sound like a sustainable thing to do.