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Janerik Larsson: Dialog med läsarna

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 Workers of the German energy company RWE prepare power supply on a high power pylon in Moers, Germany, Monday, April 11, 2011. Germany's utility companies want
Workers of the German energy company RWE prepare power supply on a high power pylon in Moers, Germany, Monday, April 11, 2011. Germany's utility companies want "swift and complete" abolishment of nuclear power in the wake of the disaster at Japan's Fukushima reactors, says their umbrella organization. The technology should be phased out by 2020 or at the latest by 2023, the German Association of Energy and Water Industries, BDEW, said Friday April 8 following a board meeting. Previously the organization had been fully behind nuclear energy, but the events in Japan caused the dramatic U-turn Foto: Frank Augstein

Jag tycker det är trevligt att höra av läsare. Ganska ofta handlar det om tips för min omvärldsbevakning. Att leta efter intressant läsning i främst anglosaxiska medier är ju själva idén bakom ”Larsson läser”. Jag har ägnat mig åt en sådan jakt på intressanta nyheter, analyser och kommentarer under många år och det var just det som gjorde att Tove Lifvendahl bad mig blogga om sådant. Det betyder bland annat att jag inte alltid själv måste ”tycka” något utan att det räcker med att det jag förmedlar är av intresse.

Workers of the German energy company RWE prepare power supply on a high power pylon in Moers, Germany, Monday, April 11, 2011. Germany's utility companies want "swift and complete" abolishment of nuclear power in the wake of the disaster at Japan's Fukushima reactors, says their umbrella organization. The technology should be phased out by 2020 or at the latest by 2023, the German Association of Energy and Water Industries, BDEW, said Friday April 8 following a board meeting. Previously the organization had been fully behind nuclear energy, but the events in Japan caused the dramatic U-turn

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