France’s nuclear energy option threatens a warming environment
20 August 2022 | 1:35 pm
France's nuclear energy option threatens a warming environment. Authorities called on people to postpone travel plans and to avoid waterways. "Just 30 centimeters of water is enough to sweep away a car," the prefecture of the Var department on the French Riviera said in a statement.
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