Jordan plans for nuclear power expansion despite water stress

Nearly a year ago we wrote about Jordan's ambitious, long-distance conveyance plans to transport water from the Disi aquifer in the south to the country's northern capital city of Amman. Demographic trends point to a water shortage of 637 million m3 by 2010 growing to a staggering 818 million m3 by ...

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