I really don't see any alternatives, renewable energy harnessing technology just doesn't seem to be ready to deal with the energy output required.
Posted By Mike | 26 February 07
This must be avoided at all costs! it is just a too volatile a world at the moment to be introducing this technology more and more!
Posted By Andy Shanklin | 26 February 07
Unless we can find alternative ways of generating electricity on a big enough scale to meet the increasing demand, I can see no other option, although it worries me greatly. As usual, the consumer society has brought the problem upon itself.
I was very surprised to hear James Lovelock stating on the radio a while ago, that he didn't think nuclear energy was an ecological problem.
Posted By Suzette | 26 February 07
Nuclear power is a fairly sensible option in as far as providing a clean (very low emissions), stable energy source goes. We live in a culture terrified of our own mortality, nuclear would be a drop in the ocean in comparison to the looming threat of intensive global heating, the death of much ocean life, the melting of the ice caps and resulting sea level rise.
Posted By Mark Howard | 26 February 07
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