Along with Energy Secretary Steve Chu and MIT's Ernie Moniz, Dan Kammen agrees that some sort of nuclear power will be necessary in the future to move away from coal. Dan Kammen was quoted in the context of a new generation of smaller, modeluar nuclear power plants.
To read some intriguing thoughts of Dan Kammen who attended the COP15 meeting over the last weeks in Copenhagen, please visit his page at The Berkeley Blog. His articles offer his personal observations, several pictures and an excellent opportunity to get a closer idea what is going on in Copenhagen.
The overall problem that this COP has highlighted is, however, very simple: the negotiations, while taking fairly predictable paths in a purely political sense, are not yet in tune with the language that really matters - the language and the timetable of nature.
At the COP15 meeting in Kopenhagen, Dan Kammen attended as a panelist a presentation of solutions for a sustainable future by young people from all over the world. The results of an exclusive youth survey by the world's largest youth-run organization, AIESEC, and Kairos Future were revealed and discussed at this seminar.