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Visions of a Nuclear Free World by KARL GROSSMAN

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Visions of a Nuclear Free World
by KARL GROSSMAN

……………. “That nuclear power is a threat to life is not a new issue—it’s been central to the battle against nuclear power even before the first commercial nuclear plant in the U.S., the Shippingport plant in Pennsylvania, opened in 1957″. But new in recent decades have been the great advances in safe, clean, renewable energy technologies led by solar and wind, rendering nuclear power unnecessary.  Germany has become a global model in jettisoning nuclear power in the wake of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster and is committed to a goal of 100% of its energy coming from clean, renewable sources……

Courtesy: http://www.counterpunch.org/2013/06/10/visions-of-a-nuclear-free-world/

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