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EcoWatch

Uniting the Grassroots Environmental Movement
Jul 17 '13
Activists Climb Reactor to Highlight Demise of Nuclear Energy
In France, Greenpeace activists skirted security and climbed the nuclear reactor structures at the Tricastin power plant yesterday.
In South Korea, Greenpeace has been hard at work drawing attention to the dangers of nuclear energy. Last Wednesday saw several climbers suspended from the Gwangan Bridge in Busan demonstrated that the Gori power plant poses a grave risk to the people living in its proximity.
A report released last Thursday spells out not only the health risks associated with nuclear energy, but the economic impracticality of this kind of energy production as a whole. The report finds that facilities peaked a decade ago and have been in decline ever since. It begs the question, what’s the point of nuclear energy if demands can be met in a sustainable way?
http://ecowatch.com/2013/activists-highlight-demise-of-nuclear-energy/

Activists Climb Reactor to Highlight Demise of Nuclear Energy

In France, Greenpeace activists skirted security and climbed the nuclear reactor structures at the Tricastin power plant yesterday.

In South Korea, Greenpeace has been hard at work drawing attention to the dangers of nuclear energy. Last Wednesday saw several climbers suspended from the Gwangan Bridge in Busan demonstrated that the Gori power plant poses a grave risk to the people living in its proximity.

A report released last Thursday spells out not only the health risks associated with nuclear energy, but the economic impracticality of this kind of energy production as a whole. The report finds that facilities peaked a decade ago and have been in decline ever since. It begs the question, what’s the point of nuclear energy if demands can be met in a sustainable way?

http://ecowatch.com/2013/activists-highlight-demise-of-nuclear-energy/

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