Nuclear power plants in Germany affected by sea level rise?
The answer, unfortunately, is yes
If you look at both maps in the source data, you will quickly see that some nuclear power plants are very vulnerable to sea-level rise due to climate change. Even if the nuclear power plants have already been decommissioned, they still pose a threat.
The second question concerns you as to whether there is already an emergency plan for such a scenario and what it exactly looks like.
I am also thinking about nuclear power plants like Fukushima, which are close to the sea and what happens if they are permanently flooded? Do we have several catastrophes at the same time as Fukushima because of the sea level rise?
In addition, there is the danger that weather extremes and flooding can pose for nuclear power plants in Germany, for example on the Rhine.
You can find out more about the consequences of climate change for Germany's coasts in the following article: