Would you be ok with a nuclear power plant in your neighbourhood?

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  • Tuesday, 26 Apr 2022

A rapeseed field in front of the nuclear power plant KKW Goesgen of Swiss energy company Kernkraftwerk Goesgen-Daeniken AG near Daeniken, Switzerland. More countries are exploring the nuclear option as they struggle to reduce global warming carbon emmissions from fossil-fueled power plants. — Reuters

One of the many shocking stories to emerge from the war in Ukraine – has into its third month this April – is the Russian forces’ occupation of the Chernobyl nuclear plant.

Thirty-six years after the accident at the plant sent a radioactive cloud over Europe, the site was suddenly back in the news – only, more horrifyingly this time, in the middle of a full blown conflict.

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