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Keith R

thanks for posting this. At DR1.com we recently got into a debate over the news that the Dominican government is talking to Argentina about building a nuclear plant in the DR. I argued that the nuclear option is all wrong for the DR on a long list of points. The thread's main proponent of the nuclear power option for the DR argued that the only way for the world to avoid catastrophe from global warming was for every nation that could to switch to nuclear, even the DR. Having just read your post on the question, I was able to cast serious doubt on that assertion.


Rather, a question.
If nuclear power is carbon-free, as claimed by the proponents,building N-power plants should fetch carbon credits, is it? Does UNFCC recognize N-Power ventures as
CDM ones?

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