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AUDIO: South Australia’s nuclear future

18 October 2015. In 1995, South Australians were dazzled by the prospect of becoming the ‘Saudi Arabia of the South’ because of the state’s large uranium deposits and the prospect of a global nuclear power renaissance. Twenty years on, national anti-nuclear campaigner, Dr Jim Green looks at how the nuclear renaissance is going, how the number of power reactors has declined and how Australia’s uranium industry today accounts for just 0.2%  of national export revenue.

The talk coincides with the start of the royal commission into the nuclear fuel cycle in Adelaide.

October 18, 2015 - Posted by | Audiovisual

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