Wallace, Charles P.; Bird, Maryann; Leuker, Angela; Plon, Ulla; Schrank, Delphine; Stojaspal, Jan; Zarakhovich, Yuri
February 2002
Time International (South Pacific Edition);2/11/2002, Issue 5, p34
Looks at the opposition that some governments in Europe are receiving in response to their use of nuclear power. Hope of the Finnish government to build its fifth nuclear power station; Shortages of fossil fuels in Europe; Mixed reactions of European voters to nuclear power; Map of controversial sites for nuclear power plants in Europe.


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