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Germany follows a non-nuclear path to prosperity

I’m running between other assignments and can’t go into detailed commentary right now, but this piece by leading German environmental economist Claudia Kemfert lays out a detail-filled analysis leading to an interesting conclusion: Germany’s move to get out of the nuclear power business not only won’t be a financial disaster — it may well create hundreds of thousands of jobs in the sustainability sector. It should be read by every member of Congress. And Rick Perry.

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