While nuclear power does have serious potential risks, a complete ban on nuclear power stations is not necessary or desirable. When properly regulated and monitored nuclear energy has great benefits such as producing large amounts of energy with no carbon emissions. A ban on building nuclear power stations in earthquake or other natural disaster prone areas might be sensible.
Yes, nuclear power stations should be allowed. Though there have been terrible accidents in places like Fukushima and Chernobyl, on a whole, nuclear power is the safest form of power generation that there presently is. It also produces the least amount of waste. Therefore, nuclear power stations should be allowed.
I believe that nuclear power stations should be allowed. I believe it is important for nuclear stations to be placed in areas that are relatively safe from attack from foreign enemies. Secondly, I think it would be best to place these power stations where people accept them or at least a large margin of the near by population can agree they want them there.
When it comes down to it the United States would have a very hard time generating power if they did not have nuclear power stations.The key to it all is safety.As long as the directors of the stations are careful and follow appropriate procedures then they should not have any problem at all with their stations.
The world needs more power for industry. Yet it also needs to avoid adding
to greenhouse gases. Burning fossil fuels like coal or even relatively clean
natural gas adds to the greenhouse gases that endanger the world. The rising
seas that come with climate change are threatening millions on populous coasts
and in island nations. Nuclear power is dangerous, too. It has killed and
polluted in well-known ways. However, we must be in favor of nuclear power
because it does not add greenhouse gases to the atmosphere.
They are very dangerous to us and our environment and stay around fro thousands of years but companies manufacturing them do not take into consideration the long term effects and costs a nuclear plant may encounter later on down the road. There are many more reasons why nuclear energy should be allowed but I don't have all day.
Not only will uranium reserves run out in the same way that fossil fuel reserves will, but nuclear power has the capability to cause huge environmental and humanitarian damage. Chrenobyl and Fukushima illustrate this and yet worse disasters could be yet to come. Although the probability of another disaster on the same scale is small, why take the risk, particularly when it is still unsustainable and produces dangerous toxic waste which can't be disposed of easily without still posing a risk to the Earth and people.
Nuclear energy should not be allowed because it is very dangerous and could kill thousands of people. Also, it damages the earth and is bad for the environment. We should use renewable energy because they can't kill any one and is safe. Also, they won't harm the earth and yet still produce energy.
Nuclear power stations should not be allowed. They are a danger to the environment and to the people that are around them. They are very expensive to operate and the materials to produce nuclear energy is dangerous to mine for. I think there are better alternatives with the technology that we have these days.
No. I do not believe nuclear power stations should be allowed, because I don't believe anything nuclear should exist in any capacity. Why would we as human being create something that could destroy us so easily. Nuclear weapons only serve one purpose, and the is to kill, or destroy. Also nuclear power presents the same risks. We should not allow that.
Nuclear power stations should not be allowed because of how powerful and extremely dangerous they are. They create a hazardous work environment for the people who have to maintain it and look after it while also creating a big hazardous place near cities and people that are living nearby or in that area.