Palumbo, Roberto
June 2013
TECHNE: Journal of Technology for Architecture & Environment;2013, Vol. 5, p6
Academic Journal
An interview with Maurizio Cumo, an expert on nuclear power, is presented. He explains the situation in Italy after the Fukushima Daikii disaster in Japan and the outcome of the 2011 referendum on nuclear power. He discusses the main nuclear related activities carried out in Italy. Cumo also addresses the impact of climatic change on the population and habitat.


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