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As stockpiles of nuclear waste expand inexorably, national programmes for safe disposal underground remain stalled in political indecision and endless study and discussion. A coordinated global approach maybe the only option for breaking through the inertia. A global focus on such a universal hazard appears to be missing with few nations making any headway.

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