CISTP Intern Publishes Essay on Nuclear Energy
Nuclear Power Re-energized in Georgia
By Sean Wilson
As Georgia continues to grow and thrive, it needs power generation capable of sustaining that growth. But the options seem to be shrinking among the body politic for varying environmental, economic and aesthetic reasons.
Opponents cite environmental objections to coal, an abundant, reliable source that generates more than half the nation's energy and now, thanks to technological advances, is 70 percent cleaner. Hydropower remains a miniscule part of the solution amid ongoing interstate disputes over water allocation and the state's water shortages. Many people think wind power is fine
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