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Dalai Lama: A Role for Nuclear Power in Development Process
World  (tags: Japan, Dalai Lama, visit, energy, energy policy, nuclear energy, developing countries, socioeconomic gap, holistic view, zero emissions )

Brian
- 14 hours ago - blogs.wsj.com
"The religious figure said he is not absolutely against the promotion of nuclear energy. The Dalai Lama on Monday said he is in support of using nuclear energy for peaceful means as a way to bridge the socioeconomic gap in developing countries..."
   

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