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Nuclear Power at What Cost?

The environmental movement, as it increasingly grapples with the ecological impossibilities posed by the commitment to open-ended economic growth, needs to move beyond its general silence in matters of realpolitik and engage more concretely in that sphere. The ongoing contests in India over the future of nuclear power - seen in Jaitapur and Koodankulam - are part of a fight over two broad visions of the future.



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