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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.
Fukushima Rice Passes Radiation Tests For First Time Since Disaster
Three Years After Fukushima, Japanese Still Do Not Want Nuclear Power
The Nuclear Meltdown at Fukushima: Danger, Deception and Betrayal
Scholar and author of several books, including , "Poison Sprin...
Last month I watched a documentary on the March 11, 2011 nuclear disaster in Fukushima prefecture, Japan. The showing of the 2013 documentary,
, took place in a cafeteria of Pomona College.
Encountering the Fukushima Daiichi Accident
Former Prime Minister of Japan
Before the Fukushima accident, with the belief that no nuclear accident would happen as long as the safety measures were followed properly, I had pushed the policy of utilizing nuclear power. Having faced the real accident as Prime Minister, my view is now changed 180 degrees.
Fukushima Operator Promises Improvements
TEPCO: Hold In Fukushima Anti-Radiation Fence
Emeritus Professor of Sociology, Yale University
Recent disclosures of tons of radioactive water from the damaged Fukushima reactors spilling into the ocean are just the latest evidence of the continuing incompetence of the Japanese utility, TEPCO.
Tokyo 2020: The Whole World Is (Really) Watching Now
Writer, Professor, Speaker
Tokyo may be celebrating, but there is a deeply concerning global angst about a city hosting the Olympic games about 220 kilometers (137 miles) from the site of one of the worst nuclear disasters in history.
Radiation Levels Spike At Fukushima Plant
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Fukushima Nuclear Crisis Escalates To Worst Level In 2 Years
2,000 Fukushima Workers At Risk Of Thyroid Cancer
Situation In Fukishima Takes Turn For The Worst
A Lasting Legacy of the Fukushima Rescue Mission, Part 4: Living With the Aftermath
"He kept saying 'Not my boots, too. My wife just bought them for me.' But they made him take them off anyway, and he was just there, naked. Then they made him scrub," recalled Maurice Enis, navigator of the USS Ronald Reagan, one of the Navy's newest aircraft carriers.
Fukushima Survivors To Sue Japanese Gov't
Nuclear Disaster Was Man-Made Crisis
Japan Unlikely To Exit Nuclear Power
How To Survive A Nuclear Meltdown
LOOK: Most Expensive Natural Disaster Ever
Opportunities and Dangers, One Year After Japan's 3/11 Crisis
Joshua W. Walker
Transatlantic Fellow and Vice President, German Marshall Fund ...
In spite of the 3/11 disaster, and amidst economic and political upheaval in many parts of the world, the fact is that Japan remains remarkably stable.
Mega-Disaster Goes Viral: Japan Tsunami's Social Media By The Numbers
Chris C. Anderson
LOOK: The State Of Nuclear Energy Around The World
Tsunami Survivor Yuichi Kowata: Government 'Reacted Too Late'
Chris C. Anderson
Japan's Ex-Leader: 'We Were Totally Unprepared' For Fukushima
'Devil's Chain Reaction'
Containing Fukushima: Saving Japan From Itself (Part II)
Student of Japan working in the public sector
What is most needed for Japan to get out of its current intellectual slump and to restore vitality are government and corporate sectors that espouse transparency and accountability consistently and over time.
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