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U.S. Expresses Support for Japan's Release of Fukushima Nuclear Plant Water
The United States on Tuesday said Japan “appears to have adopted an approach in accordance with globally accepted nuclear safety standards” in its decision to…
Fukushima Wastewater Will Be Released Into the Ocean, Japan Says
The government says the plan is the best way to dispose of water used to prevent the ruined nuclear plant’s damaged reactor cores from melting.
Video: Will Fukushima Water Release Damage Human DNA?
For nearly a decade after the Fukushima nuclear disaster, Japan has kept the contaminated water stored in the nuclear plant's tanks.
Video: China Urges Japan to Dispose Fukushima Wastewater in Responsible Manner
China on Friday urged Japan to dispose Fukushima wastewater in a responsible manner and make prudent decisions based on thorough consultations with neighboring …
Video: Japan to Release Radioactive Fukushima Plant Water into Ocean
A huge amount of contaminated water has been building up at the site of the Fukushima nuclear plant, stored in giant tanks, since the earthquake and tsunami in …
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Japanese Regulator Bans Nuclear Plant Restart Over Lax Safeguards
The operator of the Fukushima nuclear plant that was destroyed in a 2011 disaster said Wednesday it will accept a penalty imposed by regulators over sloppy anti…
Tokyo Olympic Torch to be Powered by Hydrogen
The Tokyo 2020 Olympic torch, which began its 121-day relay from Naraha, Fukushima, is being powered by hydrogen in selected legs of the relay meaning there wil…
Is an End to Nuclear Waste Possible?
The 2011 Fukushima disaster in the wake of a 9.0-magnitude earthquake has been an inflection point for nuclear power in the public mind, particularly in Europe.…
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France to Build Nuclear Crisis Centres Based on Fukushima Lessons
Local Crisis Centres are to be built at 11 nuclear power plants in France.
Video| Grossi on Fukushima: Marking a Decade Since the Accident
IAEA Director General Rafael Mariano Grossi issued a statement to mark the tenth anniversary of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant accident.
Nuclear Power: Why is it So Unpopular?
The meltdown at a nuclear power station in Fukushima, Japan, ten years ago stoked anxieties about nuclear energy.
Nuclear Crucial to Japan Meeting Climate Goals, Says IEA
However, it warned the country must act quickly if it is to achieve its ambition of reaching carbon neutrality by 2050. The restart of its idled nuclear power r…
NEA Assesses the Cause and Impact of Fukushima Accident
He added that the area covered by the evacuation order had been decreased to one-fifth of the original area.
Tokyo Electric Completes Nuclear Fuel Removal from Fukushima No. 3 Unit
The No. 3 unit is one of the three reactors that suffered core meltdowns following the earthquake and tsunami disaster on March 11, 2011.
Increased Rate of Water Leakage at Fukushima Reactors
A drop in the water levels in the reactor containment vessels of units 1 and 3 at the Fukushima Daiichi plant in Japan has been detected, Tokyo Electric Power C…