There’s been a ton of movement away from nuclear energy since the Fukushima disaster in Japan, and, actually, even long before that. Germany has decided to ditch nuclear completely, by 2022. Switzerland has followed suit. UK anti-nuclear activists got out in full force last month to oppose a new nuclear power plant. And Italians crushed an effort to build nuclear in the Mediterranean country. Now, Belgium, which had apparently decided long ago to drop nuclear, is doing so. Here’s more:
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