I’m an archaeologist and I see things in the long perspective. Let me offer you a suggestion.
The CO2, greenhouse effect, climate issue is no cause for concern compared to the issue of radioactive waste.
I mean, long after our manipulation of the atmosphere’s composition and the sea levels has stopped, the waste from our reactors will be an absolutely lethal threat to ecology.
People 40 000 years from now won’t give a damn about our CO2 emissions. But our subterranean caches of radioactive waste will still be a huge problem. And I believe that we have a pretty heavy responsibility to them.
Dear Reader, am I missing something?