Two years of Fukushima

 
Last Updated: Thursday 17 September 2015

As the world observes second anniversary of Fukushima nuclear disaster, a look at how the event changed perceptions about nuclear energy in India and abroad

 

 
         
  Food Fair>> Nuclear Disaster • Singapore/Japan   Down To Earth  
 
 
 
  The spectre of Fukushima continues to haunt the world, forcing governments in most parts of the globe to rethink their plans to tap this controversial source of energy.   Down To Earth  
 
 
 
  Countries approach communities to say yes to nuclear disposal site near them   Down To Earth  
 
 
 
  The last image of 2012 is protesters storming the bastion of Delhi, outraged at the brutal rape of a young girl and the culture of violence against women.   Down To Earth  
 
 
 
  Court says it will not allow the plant to function if safety conditions are not met   Down To Earth  
 
 
 
  Video>> Nuclear • Japan   Down To Earth  
 
 
 
  Sea water being used for the first time to cool the nuclear reactor   Down To Earth  
 
 
 
  Many residents shifted to areas with high radiation; system for issuing safety warnings on radiation failed   Down To Earth  
 
 
 
  Many residents shifted to areas with high radiation; system for issuing safety warnings on radiation failed   Down To Earth  
 
 
 
  The ghost of Chernobyl nuclear disaster continues to haunt the world even after 25 years.   Down To Earth  
 
 
 
  The current nuclear crisis in Japan is the most critical one after the Chernobyl disaster in 1986.   Down To Earth  
 
 
 
  The first nuclear story Down To Earth (DTE) reported was on Japan.   Down To Earth  
     
     
         
 

 

 

 

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