Looking for a green future

April 2013
China Economic Review (13506390);Apr2013, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p38
Trade Publication
The article explores China's energy issues, including the growing need to find solutions to problems created by energy production. The country's continued search for green energy, and the problems that it in turn creates, are highlighted. It also discusses China's five-year plan that calls for accelerated construction of nuclear reactors across the country.


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