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Destroying nuclear waste to create clean energy? It can be done

Long-term nuclear waste can be “burned up” in the thorium reactor to become much more manageable. Image: REUTERS/Jochen Luebke

Franklin Servan-Schreiber

Senior Associate, Earthmind

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