Last chance to protest before the EU snuffs out thorium energy in Europe

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Just as China, Japan, India, Russia, Norway, and the US Academy of Sciences hone in on the tantalising prospect of safe, clean, and ultimately cheap energy from thorium nuclear reactors, the Europeans seem to be going in the opposite direction.

I return to the thorium theme so soon after my column on Monday because a great number of readers share my enthusiasm for the mineral, an optimal way to restore public trust in nuclear power after the Fukushima disaster.

Today is the final chance to submit opinions for the 2013 agenda of Europe’s nuclear strategy body.

http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/finance/ambroseevans-pritchard/100022190/last-ch…

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