Nuclear energy might see increased opposition after Japan crisis
MARCH 14, 2011
The ongoing nuclear crisis in Japan has sparked new life in the nuclear energy debate in many countries. And the fear for possible nuclear accidents in other countries forces politicians to reconsider and review their current energy policy stance. The continued protests against nuclear energy in Germany has seen an upswing during these past days. The photo shows the second hydrogen explosion at the Fukushima Dai-Ichi No. 3 reactor in Japan.