In Germany, carbon-free nuclear power will close by 2022, while extremely dirty coal plants will stay open until 2038. And many call this country a climate leader. This is why shutting down safe nuclear plants early is so problematic.
At the cost of $44.5 billion, Germany is planning to quit coal by 2038: via
How Hard Is It to Quit Coal? For Germany, 18 Years and $44 Billion
What does it take to quit coal? For Germany, 18 years and 40 billion Euros.
How Hard Is It to Quit Coal? For Germany, 18 Years and $44 Billion - The New York Times #ClimateAction
#Germany continues to make its case to be the real leader of the free world #PlanetaryHealth via