Nuclear Power

Ma'anit, Adam
September 2005
New Internationalist;Sep2005, Issue 382, p1
Comments on the nuclear power development in Asia as of September 2005. Government subsidies for the development of nuclear power plants; Implications for the environment; Reaction of anti-nuclear campaigners to the surge in nuclear power development.


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