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Author Van Ness, Peter
Title Learning from Fukushima : Nuclear power in East Asia
Imprint Canberra : ANU Press, 2017
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Note Intro -- Figures -- Tables -- Acronyms and abbreviations -- Preface -- Contributors -- Introduction: Nuclear energy in Asia -- Part I The state of the nuclear industry -- 1. Nuclear energy policy issues in Japan after the Fukushima nuclear accident -- 2. The French exception: The French nuclear power industry and its influence on political plans to transition to a new energy system -- 3. Energy subsidies: Global estimates, causes of variance, and gaps for the nuclear fuel cycle -- Part II Country studies -- 4. A new normal? The changing future of nuclear energy in China -- 5. Protesting policy and practice in South Korea's nuclear energy industry -- 6. Control or manipulation? Nuclear power in Taiwan -- 7. Enhancing nuclear energy cooperation in ASEAN: Regional norms and challenges -- Part III The real costs of going nuclear -- 8. Health implications of ionising radiation -- 9. Nuclear energy and its ecological byproducts: Lessons from Chernobyl and Fukushima -- Part IV A post-nuclear future -- 10. Decommissioning nuclear power reactors -- 11. Sustainable energy options -- 12. Lessons of Fukushima: Nine reasons why
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Link Print version: Van Ness, Peter Learning from Fukushima : Nuclear power in East Asia Canberra : ANU Press,c2017 9781760461393
Subject Nuclear power plants-East Asia.
Nuclear power plants-Risk assessment-East Asia.
Nuclear power plants-Health aspects-East Asia
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Alt Author Gurtov, Mel
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