I'd say my perception of nuclear power is generally pretty positive. I'd say about the same as something like hydro-electric, another under-utilized means, I feel, of energy production here in the United States. I wonder which of the two would get tied-up longer in the courts with endless injunctions, and a bazillion environmental-impact studies? I'd guess a new major hydro dam, but a new nuclear plant probably runs a close second. If we wanted to build something like the Hoover Dam, starting in 2021, it might get the go-ahead about the time the Sun reaches white-dwarf status. With regard to increased nuclear power usage, I'm fine with that. Albeit based on rather finite information. To "combat" climate change? Well, in order to prevent this thread from receiving the G3D Golden Padlock Award, just let's say I am a "conscientious objector" in that particular conflict, and leave it at that. Is there more I'd like to know? Absolutely. If the industry has an active public educational program up and running, post a link or three. I must caution that I will read between the lines, however. As in any endeavor, especially one seeking support from the masses, honesty and full-disclosure is essential. Just not commonly found.