Nuclear Power More Costly Than Renewables
From Xinhua Net
Like a modern-day Pompeii, the streets and buildings of Prypyat stand frozen by a disaster. But, unlike the eruption of Mount Vesuvius nearly 2,000 years ago, Prypyat was destroyed by a manmade – and thus preventable – catastrophe.
Weeds and gray desolation are all that thrive in this once-bustling community, which housed the workers of Chernobyl”s doomed nuclear power plant, whose devastating meltdown 26 years ago still inflicts physical and socioeconomic harm on many in Ukraine and nearby countries.