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#12 Nuclear News [ENG/PL], 2-8.10.2017

  1. Romanian nuclear operator Nuclearelectica has approved a project of refurbishment the first block of nuclear power plant Cernavoda. The entire renovation project will be composed of three parts, and whole project is scheduled to end in 2028.
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News

Voluntary evacuees win compensation over Fukushima nuclear disaster

FUKUSHIMA — The Oct. 10 ruling by a district court here, in which Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO) and the Japanese government were ordered to pay plaintiffs in Fukushima and nearby prefectures a total of 500 million yen in damages from the 2011 nuclear disaster, covered those who lived outside evacuation zones, signaling a shift in the compensation system. 741 mots de plus

Fukushima 2017

IAEA Affirms Japan’s Fukushima-Related Radioactivity Monitoring

by Tim Hornyak
11 October 2017
Originally published by Eos, a periodical of the American Geophysical Union

Laboratories outside Japan have validated the results. Marine radioactivity levels from the nuclear disaster have fallen, but questions remain years after the meltdown. 838 mots de plus

Environmental Monitoring

Chernobyl disaster radioactivity in Swedish wild boars

This video from the USA says about itself:

14 March 2017

In the aftermath of the Fukushima disaster, boars populations have skyrocketed. Cenk Uygur…

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Environment

The Nuclear National Family : The Fukushima disaster exposed fissures in Japanese society that its familial politics tries to paper over

In the history of nuclear disaster, Fukushima stands out in its singularity. There, two kinds of disasters were intermixed: the earthquake/tsunami, and the nuclear explosion. On March 11, 2011, nature and civilization collapsed in the worst imaginable manner. 3 195 mots de plus

Fukushima 2017

Learning from Fukushima

Edited by:

ISBN (print): 9781760461393

ISBN (online): 9781760461409

Publication date: September 2017

Imprint: ANU Press

DOI: 

http://dx.doi.org/10.22459/LF.09.2017

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Fukushima 2017

A Japanese Court Awards A Multimillion Dollar Payout To Fukushima Residents Affected By Nuclear Disaster

The Fukushima District Court has ruled that the Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) could have taken safety precautions that might have prevented the devastating nuclear meltdown… 329 mots de plus

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