On May 7, 1966, Martin Litton, a member of the Sierra Club’s board of directors, cast a fateful vote against the construction of a nuclear plant in Diablo Canyon, California. Little did anyone know that this decision would mark the beginning of a prolonged struggle against nuclear energy, a battle that would ultimately lead to higher carbon emissions and hinder the progress of clean energy alternatives.
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