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Air is so Foul in China, it Needs Nuclear Energy. How are its People Responding?

China is caught in the ultimate quandary: It wants to industrialize its country and give its people the type of prosperity that the western civilizations enjoy. But it literally can’t afford to keep using coal (about 75 percent of its electricity portfolio) to make that happen. That’s why it is turning to nuclear energy. But […]
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