Another study shows the benefits of nuclear power compared to other energy sources. This is on top of no CO2 or atmospheric pollutant, high energy density and reserve for millions of years.
Thanks to John Wheeler for finding this source.
Value shown is for 2030, as measured in km2 of impacted area in 2030 per terawatt-hour produced/conserved in that year. Error bars show the most-compact and least-compact estimates of plausible current and future levels of land-use intensity. Numbers provided are the midpoint between the high and low estimates for different techniques. For liquid fuels, energy loss from internal combustion engines is not included in this calculation.John Wheeler from this week in nuclear, also makes those points clear on nuclear power: