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Nuklearenergie - "Relevanz für die Atomkraft verschwindet langsam"

Donnerstag 1. November 2018

10.09.2018 | 5 Min. | Quelle: Deutschlandfunk

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Experten sehen die zivile Nutzung der Atomkraft auf dem Rückzug. Die Energieform sei nur noch wenig attraktiv, sagte Mycle Schneider, Mitautor des Nuklearindustrie-Statusberichts, im Dlf. Für das Festhalten an der Atomkraft träten mittlerweile militärische Gründe in den Vordergrund., Themenportal Wirtschaft, Umwelt und Verbraucher

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