I support hybrid or electric cars, even though they're too expensive for me to own right now. I support relatively non-polluting nuclear power, which could charge our electric cars at night while we sleep.
We climbed an open metal staircase that stretched between the pipes and machinery and followed catwalks to look around. Virtually everything around us related to water: tanks so enormous that the curve of the cylinder was nearly imperceptible, filters capable of purifying thousands of gallons at once. If the Hollywood depiction of a nuclear plant involves zones of exposure and pervasive risk, where workers live in fear of radiation—think The China Syndrome or Silkwood—life inside a real power plant was startling proof of what actually drives a nuclear plant: water. Except for the presence of uranium in a single room, the rest of a nuclear compound is essentially a giant steam engine, with three circuits of water doing virtually all the work.
I don't support a return to an agrarian society just because someone thinks my lifestyle damages the environment too much. Besides, I'll balance my per-person electrical usage against just about anyone's. Bring it on, enviro-fuhrers.