Scidiv.net: Nuclear energy now supplies around 13.8 per cent of the world’s electricity, with most plants operating in the developed world. And since nuclear plants do not emit any carbon dioxide, they are seen as one way to respond to climate change.
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Oprettet on fredag, 30. september 2011 .
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