Bush Calls Nuclear Power Key to Environment Plan President Bush says that if the U.S. really wants to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, nuclear energy is part of the solution. Dan Kammen, of the University of California, Berkeley, talks about the pros and cons of nuclear power.
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Bush Calls Nuclear Power Key to Environment Plan

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Bush Calls Nuclear Power Key to Environment Plan

Bush Calls Nuclear Power Key to Environment Plan

Bush Calls Nuclear Power Key to Environment Plan

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Global warming is making nuclear power look more attractive these days. President Bush championed nuclear power at a press conference Thursday, saying that if the United States is serious about reducing greenhouse gas emissions, nuclear energy is part of the solution.

Dan Kammen, founding director of the Renewable and Appropriate Energy Laboratory at University of California, Berkeley, talks to Madeleine Brand about the pros and cons of nuclear power.