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The COP28 climate talks are taking place in Dubai, with an appeal to revive a source of energy that's been out of favor in many nations for decades.
US climate envoy John Kerry and French president Emmanuel Macron have spoken out in support of more atomic power as a source of emissions-free energy. France and the US were among more than 20 nations calling for a tripling of nuclear generating capacity by 2050. And in a further effort to limit global warming, German chancellor Olaf Scholz said the world needs much more renewable energy, while handling fossil fuels more responsibly.

00:00 Intro
01:17 Analysis from DW Chief Political Editor Michaela Küfner
02:32 DW climate reporter Louise Osborne reports on COP28 events

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