Japan seesaws on nuclear energy

Public sentiment in Japan is largely against nuclear energy after the Fukushima Daiichi disaster in 2011, with polls stating a majority of citizens want to phase out nuclear and favor renewables despite higher electricity prices that will come as a result. In mid-September, a cabinet panel proposed ...

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