Japan presses on regardless

Swinbanks, D.
November 1989
Nature;11/23/1989, Vol. 342 Issue 6248, p330
Academic Journal
Observes that Japan is maintaining its commitment to expand nuclear power as its primary energy source, according to a policy document released by the Atomic Energy Commission. Growing opposition to nuclear power; Future projects; Waste disposal problems.


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