May 2016
Geographical (Geographical Magazine Ltd.);May2016, Vol. 88 Issue 5, p10
The article discusses the production of nuclear energy in various countries. Topics covered include the largest producers of nuclear power such as the U.S., France and Russia, nuclear power's reliance on uranium, and the lack of progress in the search for storage solutions for radioactive waste. Also mentioned are the risk of nuclear accident, the number of nuclear power plant accidents worldwide between 1952 and 2009, and a cartogram displaying locations of nuclear power plants.


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