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IAEA chief: Interest in nuclear power up despite Fukushima

MANILA, Philippines — Despite the Fukushima nuclear disaster that devastated northeastern Japan in 2011, interest in nuclear power has increased significantly, mainly in Asia, the U.N. nuclear watchdog chief said Monday. International Atomic ... Caribbean Business Online, 2 months ago
Interest in nuclear power up despite Fukushima Brunei Times, 2 months ago

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Kansai Electric Power Restarts Unit 3 At Takahama NPP

Kansai Electric Power has restarted the Unit 3 reactor at the Takahama Nuclear Power Plant in the Fukui Prefecture on Japan's west coast, about 160 miles southwest of Tokyo. The unit, which used uranium-plutonium mixed oxide (MOX) fuel, is the ...
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Suicide Rate Among Japan's Fukushima Disaster Evacuees Grows in 2015

MOSCOW (Sputnik) In 2015, 19 people committed suicides betweenJanuary and early November, while 15 killed themselves duringthe entire year 2014, the Japanese Asahi Shimbun newspaper said, citing data fromthe Cabinet Office. The majority ofthe ...
 Sputnik1 month ago

Inside A Community's Fierce Fight To Prevent A Nuclear Tragedy

Nagercoil, Tamil Nadu, INDIA -- Commercial operations for a multibillion-dollar, Russian-built nuclear reactor starting up nearby in December would ordinarily have been a cause for celebration in a town riven by blackouts every summer. It was ...
 Huffington Post1 month ago Inside a community's fight to prevent nuclear tragedy  MSN UK1 month ago
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India's nuclear solution to global warming is generating huge domestic protests

By | Center for Public Integrity Nagercoil, Tamil Nadu, INDIA — In a town riven by blackouts every summer, the startup in December of commercial operations for a multi-billion-dollar, Russian-built nuclear reactor near here would ordinarily have ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago
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The Power of Knowledge

SMU Assistant Professor Hiro Saito's research on the interaction between state and citizen reveals the profound role that experts can play in public policy. Singapore Management University | January 14, 2016 | Editorials AsianScientist (Jan.
 Asian Scientist3 weeks ago
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The DOOMSDAY plan if America's power systems are wiped out by cyber attacks

The US is at an ever growing risk of a cyber attacks, with energy infrastructure likely to be hackers' prime target. This was the stark warning made by General Keith Alexander, the retired general and former chief of the National Security Agency, ...
 NewsGrio1 month ago
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Magnitude 5.8 Earthquake Strikes Southern Japan - USGS

A 5.8 magnitude earthquake occurred on Tuesday southeast of the Japanese island of Kyushu, the US Geological Survey (USGS) said. TOKYO (Sputnik)— According tothe USGS, there is no tsunami threat. The epicenter ofthe quake was located atsea ...
 Sputnik1 month ago Magnitude-5.8 earthquake strikes southern Japan — USGS  Manila Bulletin1 month ago USGS: Magnitude 5.8 earthquake strikes southern Japan  Sott.net1 month ago
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