Fukushima & Nuclear News Roundup; July 7, 2014

Japan city launches legal bid to halt reactor build

Japan government sees delay in restart of world’s biggest nuclear plant: sources,0,6322487.story

An accounting of what actually happened at Fukushima University as the disaster unfolded has been published at Japan Focus. The changing view of higher education by the government created some interesting events at the institution.

TEPCO claims to have recovered about 80% of the contaminated water that leaked from bolt together tanks in 2013

Tsunami-proof ‘Great Wall of Japan’ divides villagers

How Opposite Energy Policies Turned The Fukushima Disaster Into A Loss For Japan And A Win For Germany

Naraha town has set up an organization to clean up abandoned residences and build ties among the town’s residents in the hopes they may move back to the evacuation zone next year.

The US FDA is insisting that Alaska fish is “safe” but couched their statement in so many qualifiers that it appears meaningless.

Sophisticated new computer virus goes after US and EU power plants and grid

Power-saving campaign begins for 3 months

Nuclear regulators ‘overwhelmed’ as China races to launch world’s most powerful reactor

NRC approves reactor fee increase despite industry protests

New York’s Nuclear Lake

The Guardian has an interesting new look at Chernobyl

The latest setback at Ft. Calhoun nuclear plant, hail does $5 million in damage

Orix Considering 2 Coal and Biomass Power Plants in Japan


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