SOUTH KOREA: YES or NO to NUCLEAR energy? – VisualPolitik EN

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One country that has set 2050 as the year when its air has to be CO2-free is South Korea. A country that is taking the task of designing and implementing a decarbonization plan that is really feasible very seriously.

Now, the question and debate in current South Korean politics is: yes or no to nuclear energy?

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