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DIALOGUE

Nuclear Power After Fukushima Daiichi

  • Aired: 03/01/2012
  • 28:47
  • Rating: TV-G
March 11th marks the one-year anniversary of the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear accident at the Fukushima Daiichi power plant. Joan Cartan-Hansen talks with John Grossenbacher, the director of the Idaho National Laboratory about what scientists have learned from the disaster. University of Idaho professor Akira Tokuhiro also shares his personal experiences with the earthquake's aftermath.
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One year after the Fukushima Daiichi disaster, what's the future for nuclear power?
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