by Jeremy Druker Forget EuroDisney, think “Nuclearland.” If the Czech Republic’s Green Party has its way, the incomplete Temelin nuclear power plant in southern Bohemia will be turned into an amusement park, drawing tourists to what has been one of the country’s most controversial construction projects over the past decade. According to the Greens’ proposal, […]

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