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If you had to argue the benefits of nuclear energy, what would they be? What are the risks?

If you had to argue the benefits of wind energy, what would they be? What are the risks

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  1. Try some of the following links:

    1. a. benefits:

    1. b. risks:

    2. benefits:

    2. b. risks:


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