Nuclear power in Japan: Fukushima and after
Nautilus Institute for Security and Sustainability
Royal Australian Chemical Institute, Health Safety & Environment Group0, at Risk Engineering Society,
1 September 2011
•What happened at Fukushima?
•What is the situation at Fukushima now?
•What will happen from now on?
•What have been the health and environmental consequences?
•Why did these events occur?
•What is the future of nuclear power in Japan?
•What are the implications beyond Japan?
- TEPCO Tsunami Assessment for Nuclear Power Plants in Japan (enformable.com)
- April 4th, 2011 – All but one permanent monitoring stations around Fukushima Daiichi initially knocked out (enformable.com)
- March 31st, 2011 – Six US Nuclear Power Plants under intensive review after Fukushima – Why these six? (enformable.com)
- September 23, 2011 – Congressional Research Service – Japan-U.S. Relations: Issues for Congress (enformable.com)
- Post-Fukushima, Japanese Official sees crisis as war between humans and technology (enformable.com)
- Fukushima Women Sit-in Protest at Government Offices to Demand Better Protection for Children (enformable.com)
- March 15th, 2011 – Fukushima event sequences may be 2-40-13 or 2-40-18 in seismic bin-3 SBO event tree. (enformable.com)
- March 14th, 2011 – Status of Fukushima Daiichi and Daini with Supplementary Materials (enformable.com)