Nuclear disaster in Japan is a wake up call to energy leaders worldwide
TUCSON -- Energy experts, governments and all should take a new hard look at not promoting costly nuclear plants.
Nukes have long been too expensive, which is largely why big energy hasn't built more. Now the catastrophe in Japan reminds us of the radioactive dangers.
Solar and wind energy don't risk meltdowns or make deadly toxic waste. America is safer environmentally and economically now without an explosive nuclear rush.
- as published by POLITICO, Washington DC, 3/14/11