Kazakhstan and the cost of being the world’s No.1 uranium producer

By The Christian Science Monitor
Wednesday, August 28, 2013 20:55 EDT
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If you make a toxic mess under one of the most isolated parts of the planet, does it matter if you don’t clean it up? Does it make a difference if that mess will be there for thousands of years? Scientists are asking those questions as Kazakhstan has…

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