Fukushima - The Response was Worse than the Event

Malcom Grimstone
UK Japan

Malcolm Grimston, Honorary Senior Research Fellow, Imperial College, London: In physical terms Fukushima was a middle-ranking industrial accident of the kind that happens perhaps eight to ten times each year round the world. The response, and especially the irrational prevention of people from returning to their homes in areas where there was hardly any contamination, turned it into a serious human tragedy.


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