Greenpeace, WWF and Bond Beter Leefmilieu published a brochure called 9 myths about the German Energiewende debunked (Dutch). When I hear that those organizations made a brochure together, then my expectation is that it will be one-sided. When reading it, my expectation quickly got confirmed. Yep, it is one-sided.
Just look at the first myth that they debunk: “The closure of nuclear power plants increases German CO2 emissions”. This title is followed by a summary, written in a large, colored font (translated from Dutch):
Since the start of the German nuclear phase-out in 2002, the CO2 emissions from the electricity sector decreased from 329 million tons to 301 million tons. The total German CO2 emissions in 2014 were 26% percent lower than in 1990.
Between 1990 and 2014, German CO2 emissions decreased by 26 procent. With that, Germany is doing even better than its Kyoto target of 21 percent. […]
That 26% figure is repeated twice already in the first few lines. It is also standing out on the second page (it is printed in boldface and in a colored, large font) (translated from Dutch):