Energy Crisis Rekindles Interest in Nuclear Power

Hill, Patrice
April 2001
Insight on the News;04/23/2001, Vol. 17 Issue 15, p31
Examines the environmental implication of using nuclear power to solve electricity shortages in the United States as of April 2001. Comparison of nuclear power to other sources of energy; Number of nuclear plants in operation; Policy concerning carbon-dioxide emissions in a global warming treaty; Problems in nuclear waste disposal.


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