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The worst-case scenario for warming-driven sea level rise is 6 feet by 2100, a new study asserts. But this study is already out of date because it is based on expert opinion from back in 2012. Climate risks today are so high that it appears “no cost of mitigation is too high to justify.”
According to the announcement, the new reactors would generate 100 megawatts a piece and fit on a semi-trailer flatbed. But the deadline for using nuclear power to fight global warming may have already past.