Dude, Denmark produces so much less CO2 per capita than the US and Canada that it's not even funny. Even if they TRIED, they couldn't match it. It's a dumb argument. They are cleaner in terms of CO2 production (which mostly comes from fossil fuels) than almost any nuclear-using country. They are decomissioning coal plants and replacing them with clean energy, wtf are you talking about?
You are simply wrong. Austria: 80% renewable (target in 2010, in 2006 they were at over 60%). Portugal: 45% renewable. Spain: 35% renewable. Sweden: over 40% renewable. Latvia: over 30%. Yes, Norway and Iceland, over 40% renewable. Denmark: on the way to 50% renewable. Galicia is 100% renewable, and some other Spanish regions are aiming for the same goal in the near future.
Every region has the possibility to use SOME type of natural energy source. In Iceland, it's geothermal, in sea countries it's wind and tidal, where there are mountains -- hydro, in southern Europe it's solar, there's always something.
All of EU is aiming at over 20% renewable energy use in the near future. That's considerably more than the nuclear power. Arguing AGAINST green energy is just sick. You have problems.