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Independent Investigation Commission on the Fukushima Nuclear Accident
FUKUSHIMA NUCLEAR DISASTER
* Japanese society realize that they are facing REAL nuclear risks
* severity level: second to April 26, 1986
catastrophic nuclear accident
worst nuclear power plant accident in history in terms of cost and casualties
rated level 7 (maximum or most extreme classification) - International Nuclear Event Scale
Fukushima Tragedy and Civil Society: A review of civil society role
Characteristics of CSOs in Japan
small number of professional staff
small area of operation
* reflects the history, legal framework, and financial background
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Let’s talk with more rational arguments when all the thousands of tons of nuclear wasted fuel rods in the actively refrigerated pools in many of the nuclear power reactors have been eliminated (not just transported to somewhere else and sold as “cleaned”). If it is so easy, why on hell the nuclear industry has not yet eliminated them? We could have saved the problems of Fukushima, should have already removed all the wasted fuel rods that melted with the corium there. This is a far from negligible part of the energy invested is going to require, a chapter that is going to remain open in energy invested expenses probably for centuries. Are you of those that after Chernobyl and Fukushima are still selling the “inherent security” of the nuclear power plants and signing that this is not going to happen again? Are you so sure, for instance, that the 14 nuclear power reactor in Ukraine are so safe, when the government is in complete bankruptcy?
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It is a reflection of the friendly partnership between India and Japan and paves the way for enhanced cooperation in nuclear security and clean energy.
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Thanks for the info and the clarifications… in fact they confirm what I’ve been telling some italian guys on italian energy/climate blogs for years… that PV is an absolutely disastrous technology which has gone against the interest of decarbonizing the generation of electricity, if nothing because it has not allowed other competing technology, like yours, to get their chance of being tested.
Italian green blogs are happy enough writing useless articles which show how good the policy in italy has been, which has allowed the country to have the highest penetration of PV on the electricity production of any country on the planet, almost 8%.
At the same time it is siphoning out of the wallets of the italians 6,7 billions Euros/year for 20 years… for a meager 24 TWh/y… intermittent.
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According to Kazue Suzuki of Greenpeace Japan, Prime Minister Abe government is "attempting to prevent the renewable energy revolution by trying to take the nation back to its dependence on dangerous and unreliable nuclear power"
Civil society's policy impacts at the national level are progressing but still unclear.
The greatest challenge for civil society will be to lead policy shift, as the step required following popular protests is to deepen the public discourse and elaborate policy proposals in collaborations with scholars and NGOs.
Challenge for Japan's CSOs
the author seems like blaming the civil society for the occurrence of the Fukushima Nuclear Accident
analyzing the situation it can be argued that the Tokyo Electric Power Company managing the power plant cheated the whole Japanese society by claiming that the industry was able to acquire the the international standards related to nuclear security measures.
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Germany is a country of contradictions, at least as far as energy is concerned. Germans are in favor of more renewable energy yet oppose building the overhead power lines that are needed to distribute it. They are in favor of deep emissions cuts but also in favor of shutting down Germany’s nuclear plants, which will make the problem of meeting emissions targets far more difficult and costly. The government continues to pursue a nuclear shutdown but is unwilling to shut down Germany’s lignite plants. As a result of these conflicting and counterproductive viewpoints and policies the Energiewende has effectively gone nowhere. Despite the expenditure of many billions of dollars it has failed to achieve any visible reduction in Germany’s emissions or to make a meaningful difference to Germany’s energy mix (renewables still supply only 14% of Germany’s total energy). Its only demonstrable impact has been skyrocketing electricity bills.