All posts created by Chris Draper
04/25/2016 / By Chris Draper

Although Japan is one of the most densely populated countries in the world, the population at the Fukushima Prefecture is

04/22/2016 / By Chris Draper

Nuclear gypsy isn’t an occupation that can be found in a college pamphlet, but it is a real job present

02/11/2016 / By Chris Draper

Germany has expressed concern about Belgium extending the lifespan of 40 year old nuclear reactors. The German city of Aachen

02/09/2016 / By Chris Draper

One of Japan’s most active volcanoes, Sakurajima, ended months of silence upon erupting last Friday evening, sending a steady stream

02/08/2016 / By Chris Draper

Last August, a massive explosion at a chemical storage facility rocked the Chinese port of Tianjin, killing more than one

02/04/2016 / By Chris Draper

The 2011 Fukushima Daiichi disaster demonstrated that the risks attached to nuclear energy outweigh the benefits. Nevertheless, this hasn’t stopped

01/29/2016 / By Chris Draper

Researchers discovered genetic mutations in three generations of butterflies near Japan’s crippled Fukushima Daiichi site, less than a year after

01/21/2016 / By Chris Draper

A massive ongoing gas leak in southern California is being compared to the 2011 Fukushima disaster. A recently declassified US

01/14/2016 / By Chris Draper

The 2011 Fukushima Daiichi catastrophe demonstrated that the risks attached to nuclear power far outweigh the benefits. As a result,

01/12/2016 / By Chris Draper

Belgian power utility Electrabel restarted an aging nuclear reactor December 23rd following a near two-year shutdown, angering many German protesters

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