Twenty-five years on, the disaster at Chernobyl casts a long shadow over the world's nuclear industry, which has only been compounded by the recent events at Fukushima in Japan. Nuclear power had a rapid rise in the decades after the Second World War, but now shows little of its former momentum; reactor numbers have levelled off in recent years. Use the [data visualization] map and audio commentary [in the link provided] to [visually analyze] how civil nuclear power has spread across the globe, and hear about the challenges it faces.
See the data visualization of nuclear power sites here. Sourced by BBC
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