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Nuclear Law Bulletin

Nuclear Energy Agency

Published twice a year, the Nuclear Law Bulletin covers legislative developments in almost 60 countries around the world as well as reporting on relevant jurisprudence and administrative decisions, bilateral and international agreements and regulatory activities of international organisations.

Each issue typically includes the following sections: Articles, Case Law, National Legislative and Regulatory Activities, International Regulatory Activities, Agreements, News Briefs, and a Supplement.

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The Convention on Supplementary Compensation for Nuclear Damage andparticipation by developing countries

A South African perspective

Nuclear Energy Agency

Nuclear energy plays a major role in the provision of baseload1 power in countries throughout the world. It provides a clean, safe, economical and reliable source of power that is essential to the development of any economy, and particularly the economies of developing countries that have traditionally relied on whatever sources of power are at their disposal, irrespective of the disadvantages that some of these sources may carry. Whilst the worldwide debate on climate change continues, it is clear that nuclear energy has a distinct advantage due to its lack of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gas emissions that are inherent in fossil-fired power plants.

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