Japan earthquake triggers Fukushima meltdown fear
The US Geological Survey measured the earthquake at 6.9, down from an initial 7.3
Want to solve climate problem? Nuclear isn't the answer
Alternatives to nuclear energy, in particular renewable sources of electricity like wind and solar energy, have become drastically cheaper.
‘The difference between Chernobyl and Fukushima wildlife is the wolf is extinct in Japan’
Down To Earth speaks to James Smith from the University of Portsmouth in the United Kingdom about the proliferation of wildlife in the two …
A decade on, only 15% of Fukushima core area decontaminated: Greenpeace
The Japanese government’s own figures reveal this, the organisation says in a report to mark 10 years of the disaster