Nuclear power: the atom splits Europe

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Since the Fukushima disaster, Europe has been divided on nuclear power. In the east, splitting the atom remains a popular option.

Infographic showing facts and figures on the current and planned use of nuclear power in European countries as well as their views (pro-nuke and anti-nuke). The infographic also shows figures on nuclear waste in Europe, and reactors under construction worldwide.

Journalists: Serge Maillard, Sara Bandelier, Camille von Kaenel
Graphics: Julie Berclaz

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