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the shortage of these things could be a big threats to climate change nuclear power stations are ever rarest sight twelve one eight trouble is that one of the world's biggest sources all zero called an energy on Tuesday a report from the international energy agency said nutrients to calling could drive global warming , actors in the US and Europe are on average thirty five years old many all set to close , the I. E. A. says advanced economies could lose two thirds of the nuclear capacity by twenty forty investment in renewables like solar would have to grow five fold to compensate , meanwhile cheap gas and ever Toyota safety requirements make it hard to operate new reactors economically , he touchy shelved one U. K. project off to struggling to fund the twenty eight billion dollar cost a huge new reactor in Finland is a decade behind schedule and billions of dollars over budget , on the other hand wind and solar power all booming but nucleus decline means the share of clean energy in global power production hasn't budged in twenty years about thirty six percent that sleeves environmentalists with a dye lemma as the world warms up is it time to ditch opposition to atomic energy