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Smoke rises from Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power complex in this still image from video footage March 14, 2011. A fresh explosion at the quake-stricken nuclear power complex on Monday is unlikely to have led to a large escape of radioactivity, the government said. Japanese Chief Cabinet Secretary Yukio Edano was speaking after a hydrogen explosion at the No.3 reactor in the plant, which sent a plume of smoke into the air. REUTERS/NTV via Reuters TV (JAPAN - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER ENERGY BUSINESS IMAGES OF THE DAY) NO SALES. NO ARCHIVES. TEMPLATE OUT. JAPAN OUT. NO COMMERCIAL OR EDITORIAL SALES IN JAPAN. BBC WORLD, CNBC, NBC MUST ON-SCREEN COURTESY NTV IF PICTURES TO BE SHOWN ON CABLE OR COMMUNICATION SATELLITE SERVICES IN JAPAN. MUST ON SCREEN COURTESY "NTVU+30FBNNN Japan"
Three years after the disaster at Fukushima, science correspondent Miles O’Brien returned to the Daiichi nuclear plant for an exclusive look at the site. Follow Miles on a never-before-seen tour of Daiichi’s sister site, Fukushima Daini, which narrowly avoided a meltdown during the Tohoku earthquake. As the country debates turning its reactors back on, Miles asks: will Japan have a nuclear future?
DESCRIPTION Hunter Cutting, Director of Strategic Communications at Climate Nexus, talks about the upsides of the issues surrounding climate change. “One of the very interesting things I think about this whole issue is it’s actually not a scientific problem. Thanks to work of scientists we’re actually pretty clear what causes global warming,” said Cutting. “What […]