Nuclear Power in Switzerland. Facts and Figures

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GRIN Verlag, Nov 25, 2011 - Law - 8 pages
Seminar paper from the year 2011 in the subject Law - Public Law / Administrative Law, grade: 2,0, University of Basel, course: Environmental Law and Public Policy, language: English, abstract: "The only way to a long term safe and socially acceptable energy supply leads on renewable energy. You only need to replace nuclear power and the coal-fired power plants by 2050. This is the best employment and growth strategy for our country. " Norbert Röttgen, German Federal Environment Minister (17.02.2010) I want to begin with this citation, because the thought of Norbert Röttgen reflects at large my opinion about nuclear power. The next step in this work will be the current situation in Switzerland with some facts and figures. After that I will analyze the advantages and disadvantages of nuclear power. The main part will then be my proposal for a new national policy toward nuclear power, which will include environmental, health, and economic implications.

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