As memory of Chernobyl, Fukushima fades, activists renew nuclear warning

Climate Home: As aides escorted him past swaying chandeliers to a panic room, the mind of Japan`s prime minister flashed to his country`s seaside nuclear power stations. Tremors in Tokyo meant tsunamis, Naoto Kan, a physics graduate, feared. It was 11 March 2011. The next day 250km north-east of the capital, three reactors at the Fukushima Daiichi plant went into meltdown as cooling systems failed. Large explosions shot radioactive materials into the atmosphere following a barrage by 20-metre waves. Over......

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