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Nuclear waste : Is everthing under control ?

Publication United Nations Environment Programme, 2007
Collection Environment Alert Bulletin; 9
Abstract 50 years after the opening of the world's first civil nuclear power station, very little radioac- tive waste produced has been permanently disposed of. Moreover, the average age of today's reactors is approximately 22 years, meaning most of them will be decommissioned over the next decades. All of these wastes will have to be disposed of even if no more nuclear reactors are built. But is it wise to take further advantage of the “nuclear path”, without proven and widely-utilized solutions to the problem of nuclear waste?
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Research groups Pôle/Institut Gouvernance de l'environnement et développement territorial (PI-GEDT)
ISE Pôle Sciences
ISE Pôle Informatique environnementale
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GIULIANI, Gregory et al. Nuclear waste : Is everthing under control ?. In: 2007. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:23135

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