Japan PM: No individual to blame for Fukushima

Japan's prime minister acknowledged Saturday the government failed in its response to last year's earthquake and tsunami, being too slow in relaying key information and believing too much in "a myth of safety" about nuclear power."We can no longer make the excuse that what was unpredictable and...

Japan PM: No individual to blame for Fukushima

No individual can be held responsible for the nuclear meltdowns at Fukushima, Japan's prime minister said Saturday, insisting everyone had to "share the pain".

Sat 3 Mar 12 from Phys.org

One Year After Fukushima, Japan Faces Shortages of Energy, Trust

By summer, no nuclear plants will be operating in Japan, where mistrust reverberates one year after the world's second-worst nuclear accident, at Fukushima Daiichi.

Thu 8 Mar 12 from National Geographic

Pictures: A New Hub for Solar Tech Blooms in Japan

As Japan faces a nuclear-free future, at least in the short term, a new facility aims to develop solar technology that will create both energy and earnings at home.

Wed 7 Mar 12 from National Geographic

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Japan was woefully unprepared for last year's nuclear disaster, the country's former prime minister said, and suggested that the crippled Fukushima plant should not have been built so close ...

Thu 8 Mar 12 from R&D Mag

Japan leader points to disaster response failures

Japan's prime minister acknowledged Saturday the government failed in its response to last year's earthquake and tsunami, being too slow in relaying key information and believing too much in ...

Sat 3 Mar 12 from R&D Mag

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