Which energy sources are the most dangerous? Which cost the most lives every year/kWh? Which have the highest risk of costing lives in the future.
Test your knowledge of the dangers – from mining to accidents to waste – from various energy sources. Then return to this blog to share your thinking.
Oil is rarely used to make electricity in the industrialized world. But there are proposals that coal or/and nuclear power be used to replace oil in plug-in hybrids. Would we benefit?
Score 13 – 14 — your knowledge is excellent!
Score 11 – 12 — you still score considerably above average
Score 10 — still above average
Score 9 or fewer — um, are you getting your information from the sources I once used?
Some time in the next month or two, I want to follow up with a blog discussion on spiritual dimensions of policy choices, and behavior choices.
Update: Also see Nuclear Power in a Warming World