Grimston, Malcolm
July 2005
World Today;Jul2005, Vol. 61 Issue 7, p13
Discusses the potential of the nuclear power as energy source. Environmentalists' call for a radical reappraisal of the nuclear option; Factors required for energy supplies; Problems associated with the use of renewable energy sources.


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