Majority of Japanese People Support an End to the Use of Nuclear Power Plants

A new survey shows nearly three quarters of Japanese people claimed they wanted to the use of nuclear power as an energy source is gradually reduced after the Fukushima nuclear power plant disaster. The survey by the daily Asahi was made ??while the government is still struggling with the world's worst nuclear crisis after the Chernobyl disaster in 1986. Fukushima nuclear power plant that leaked radiation has been paralyzed since the cooling system is damaged by the earthquake and tsunami last March 11 that destroyed the reactor-reactor. More than 60 percent of those surveyed claimed to believe renewable energy sources, like wind and solar, will replace nuclear power in the future.

Previously, earlier this month a team of international experts who investigated the nuclear accident in Japan's Fukushima said underestimate the threat of tsunamis to nuclear power plants. The full report is 18-member team that will be presented at a meeting of the International Atomic Energy Agency began on 20 June in Vienna. The report also said, Fukushima nuclear power plant disaster shows that the designers of nuclear power plants in Japan and around the world must make efforts to anticipate bigger and get ready to face the possibility of natural disasters.

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