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Does Trump Have The Business Sense To Pull The Financial Plug On Nuclear Power?
Six years after the Fukushima nuclear power plant triple meltdown left Japan with a $235 billion clean-up bill, President
'Green News Report' - December 6, 2016
Brad Friedman and Desi Doyen
Co-hosts of the radio's nationally syndicated 'Green News Report'
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Powerful Earthquake Strikes Off The Coast Of Japan
Japan's Meteorological Agency issued a tsunami advisory.
Japan's politics is opening up to women, but don't expect a feminist revolution yet
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Disaster-hit Fukushima Could Host Olympic Events
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Being Governed by Man-made Risk
Managing Director of Risk Cooperative / Co-author of "Global R...
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7 Photos Of Abandoned Fukushima That Will Give You Chills
These images say it all.
Grandson Of Officer On Atomic Bomb Missions Over Japan Tells Survivors’ Stories
By Arisa Ido, HuffPost Japan
“I have been able to build relationships with the survivors, not just listen to their stories," says Ari Beser.
Chernobyl's 30th Anniversary (and Fukushima's 5th): A Tale of Preventable Nuclear Accidents and the Vital Role of Safety Culture
Professor of engineering and international relations, Universi...
The world commemorates the 30th anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant catastrophic accident in Ukraine on April 26, 2016.
Indian Point: More Nuts than Bolts
Manna Jo Greene
Environmental Director, Hudson River Sloop Clearwater
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Fallout From Fukushima: A 100,000-Year Hangover
A series of videos portraying this moment of reckoning between...
It's the fifth anniversary of the Fukushima nuclear disaster; the damaged power plant is still leaking 150 tons of water into the ocean every single day, and radiation continues to wash up on the far shores of the Pacific Ocean.
GroundTruth Films: Fukushima Diary
'Ice Wall' Is Japan's Last-Ditch Effort To Contain Fukushima Radiation
Five years after the earthquake and tsunami, Japan is still picking up the pieces.
The 'Peaceful' Atom (Take Shelter!)
On March 11, 2011, following a massive earthquake and a devastating tsunami, the cores of three of the reactors at Japan's Fukushima nuclear plant melted down with horrific results. Radioactive cesium, with a half-life of 30 years, contaminated almost 12,000 square miles of the country.
Answering Earthquake and Tsunami, U.S. to Japan Five Years Ago: 'Tell Us What You Need'
Scott Van Buskirk
Retired United States Navy officer who was the 56th Chief of N...
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Robots Are Dying To Save Fukushima So People Don’t Have To
By Rob Wile, Fusion
The bots remain the only hope of decommissioning the devastated nuclear reactors, a necessary step to regaining public trust.
The Technological World and the Risk of Nuclear Power
Executive Director, Columbia University's Earth Institute
This past week, the
New York Times
' Jonathan Soble reminded us that the cleanup of the Fukushima nuclear power plant disaster that took place five years ago will still take decades to complete. It was a stark reminder of the limits and dangers of modern technology.
Week to Week News Quiz for 3/11/16: Special Election-free Edition
Vice president of media & editorial, The Commonwealth Club of ...
Japan Five Years On: Fukushima Born Again As Nation Rediscovers Its Potential
Joshua W. Walker
Transatlantic Fellow and Vice President, German Marshall Fund ...
Five years on, rays of hope are beginning to penetrate the gloom cast over Naraha, an idyllic coastal town in Fukushima, Japan.
Five Years After Fukushima, U.S. Nuclear Safety Upgrades Lagging
Senior Writer, Union of Concerned Scientists
This week is the 5th anniversary of one of the worst disasters in the history of nuclear power. Unfortunately the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission has not done enough to ensure that kind of an accident can't happen here.
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