"No reason for curtailing" nuclear

June 2011
TCE: The Chemical Engineer;Jun2011, Issue 840, p16
Academic Journal
The article reports on the claim by British chief nuclear inspector Mike Weightman that Great Britain should learn from the nuclear disaster at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power facility but should not entirely abandon nuclear power.


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