From the article:
"While it may be theoretically possible to stabilize the climate without nuclear power, in the real world there is no credible path to climate stabilization that does not include a substantial role for nuclear power."
Why is it, this reality can't seem to gain traction. We continue to denigrate nuclear power because we are old to be afraid of it yet "the fact that the statistical probability of serious accidents is pretty low. They focus on the "What if?" and neglect the other side of the coin. But let's try to see both sides of the issue." The Navy has been successfully using nuclear power for many years.