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The Mixed Fate of Nuclear Power 30 Years After Chernobyl

Nuclear power plants remain a key provider of carbon-free energy, but face headwinds on safety and cost

The worst nuclear accident in history struck the Soviet city of Chernobyl 30 years ago, shocking the world. The plant’s meltdown and explosion, and the subsequent radiation released, would contribute to thousands of deaths in the following decades, according to the World Health Organization.

But, despite the scale of the disaster—and the resulting public unease with atomic power—nuclear power plants remain a key provider of carbon-free energy around the world. As governments try to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, policy makers may struggle to shut down nuclear plants while also honoring commitments to avoid fossil fuels that pollute the environment.

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