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The state of affairs and ongoing challenges of the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster - a civil society response towards recovery

Source(s):  Citizens’ Commission on Nuclear Energy (CCNE)

This report addresses the subject of nuclear disasters. It elaborates on the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster intending to answer question such as: What have been the impacts of the Fukushima nuclear disaster?; What is the current condition of the victims of the nuclear disaster?; What is going on at the nuclear plant site and what risks still exist? and; What mistakes did authorities make in response to the nuclear disaster?

The present report is a provisional and partial translation of the comprehensive Japanese report, Our path to a Nuclear-Free Japan: Policy Outline for a Nuclear Phaseout, published in April 2014 by the Citizens’ Commission on Nuclear Energy (CCNE), Tokyo. The full report comprises seven chapters, from which the three included here are the following: (i) A prologue: why should we aim for a nuclear-free society?; (ii) Overview of the damage caused by the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant Accident and the “Restoration of Humanity”; and (ii) The Actual State of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant Reactors and Issues Surrounding the Accident Settlement.



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  • The state of affairs and ongoing challenges of the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster - a civil society response towards recovery
  • Publication date 2015
  • Number of pages 108 p.

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