Following the earthquake and tsunamis that tragically impacted Japan in March, the unfolding crisis at the Fukushima nuclear power plant has captured public attention for months. Energy experts are now questioning the long term impact of the Fukushima disaster on nuclear policy, international power generation, and the global carbon picture:
- How has the Fukushima crisis impacted public opinion and policy debates about nuclear energy?
- What do countries like Japan and Germany stand to gain or lose by giving up nuclear power generation?
- What is the carbon cost of giving up nuclear plants?
- How will countries that move away from nuclear make up that power elsewhere?
- Has the demise of the nuclear industry been exaggerated? While some countries are taking aggressive steps away from nuclear, some accounts suggest that overall, the number of nuclear plants continues to grow.
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