The Ecologist Declaration on Nuclear Power

November 1999
Ecologist;Nov99, Vol. 29 Issue 7, p431
Presents the views of the magazine `The Ecologist' on the issue of nuclear power. Discussion on dealing with nuclear legacy; Call for the reform or abandonment of institutions established to promote nuclear power.


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