PM of Japan during Fukushima nuclear meltdown: Lessons Learned

Wednesday 27th August / posted by Elizabeth PO’ Adrian Glamorgan


It’s three years since Fukushima blew up and melted down. The prime minister of Japan in those days chose a hard path, a leader’s path, to save a third of his country from further devastation, choosing to fly directly to the disastrous nuclear power plant.

While WA’s push to open uranium mines looks like another day of ordinary work, ex-PM Naoto Kan and Senator Scott Ludlum were speaking to Understorey about the only sane way forward.



08/27/2014 – 00:00

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