I n the 1970s and ’80s, “nuclear” was one of the dirtiest words you could say in the European and American left. A series of accidents and near-accidents had left much of the public feeling that the risks posed by nuclear power to both people and the environment far outweighed the benefits. This shift in public opinion resulted in many countries holding back on construction of any new plants. But the warming climate has been changing the game.

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