Court told ex-Tepco Execs were informed barriers could prevent tsunami flooding at Fukushima plant

Court told ex-Tepco Execs were informed barriers could prevent tsunami flooding at Fukushima plant

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Court told ex-Tepco Execs were informed barriers could prevent tsunami flooding at Fukushima plant

“The Age of Nuclear Waste is Just Beginning”, by Dr Gordon Edwards —

This is excellent. An assessment in clear understandable language by nuclear expert Dr Gordon Edwards. The Age of Nuclear Waste is Just Beginning (featured image is of spent fuel flasks going over Morecambe Bay, nuclear waste comes to Cumbria from all nuclear reactors in the UK) On July 25, 2015, Green Majority of Canada published […]

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“The Age of Nuclear Waste is Just Beginning”, by Dr Gordon Edwards —

“Save the Town”: Insolvable Dilemmas of Fukushima’s “Return Policy”

Namie Mayor Baba Tamotsu interviewed by Katsuya Hirano with Yoshihiro Amaya and Yoh Kawano at Namie town hall, July 4th, 2017. Introduction by Katsuya Hirano, Transcription and translation by Akiko Anson Baba Tamotsu. Photo by Yoh Kawano Introduction The town of Namie is the largest in both area and population among eight towns and villages within Futaba Country in Fukushima […]

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“Save the Town”: Insolvable Dilemmas of Fukushima’s “Return Policy”