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Nukes or no nukes in Japan post-Fukushima?
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Students Wear Masks, Sleeves in Fukushima as Radiation Looms - Bloomberg

The Voice of RussiaStudents Wear Masks, Sleeves in Fukushima as Radiation LoomsBloombergA woman undergoes a screening test for possible nuclear radiation at an evacuation center in Koriyama City, Fukushima prefecture, Japan, on March 31, 2011.
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Japan to Oversee Tepco - Bloomberg

ReutersJapan to Oversee TepcoBloombergTokyo Electric Power Co. staff bow to evacuees from the town of Namie near Tepco's Fukushima nuclear power plant at an evacuation center in Nihonmatsu, Fukushima prefecture, Japan.
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Nuclear power: If Japan and Germany don't need it, why does anyone? | Damian Carrington | Environment | guardian.co.uk

Nuclear power: If Japan and Germany don't need it, why does anyone? | Damian Carrington | Environment | guardian.co.uk | Nuclear Power in Japan | Scoop.it
Damian Carrington: The world's third and fourth biggest economies have abandoned plans for new reactors, believing renewables and efficiency can fill the gap (#Nuclear power: If Japan and Germany don't need it, why does anyone?
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Construction begins on 6.4-megawatt power plant fueled by landfill gas - Richmond Times Dispatch

Construction begins on 6.4-megawatt power plant fueled by landfill gas - Richmond Times Dispatch | Nuclear Power in Japan | Scoop.it
Construction begins on 6.4-megawatt power plant fueled by landfill gasRichmond Times DispatchWork is under way in eastern Henrico County on a 6.4-megawatt power plant fueled by landfill gas.
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With Nuclear Expansion Off the Table, What Energy Options Does ...

With Nuclear Expansion Off the Table, What Energy Options Does ... | Nuclear Power in Japan | Scoop.it
After two months of near silence, Japan's government has seemingly awoken from its slumber and kicked into high damage-control gear. On Tuesday, Prime Minister Naoto Kan, whose administration has come under fire for its slow and opaque ...
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