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UK looks to a nuclear future


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Britain has given the go-ahead for the construction of a new generation of nuclear power stations, in its search for cleaner, greener sources of energy. The government says nuclear power is key to fighting climate change and securing future energy supplies. But not everyone believes it really is a greener alternative.

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Nuclear power may be more eco-friendly than fuels as we know them..But it is also so dangerous at its use that if anything goes wrong,the catastrophe afterwards shall be much bigger.

It is better to stick to the safe alternative sources of energy (sun,wind,water) and develop them at the same time,than introducing nuclear power in our life and having such a dangerous thing going on...

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Did a search and could not find it in either document. Does seem like it could have been in one of them, given both were looking at the economic side of the question.

Maybe you can find it here: http://www.greenpeace.org/sweden/rappor ... ergy-futur

If not, it might come from a swedish greenpeace report and I have just translated it, some day some time ago..

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