Japan’s Nuclear Crisis: Lessons for the U.S.

, former director, Nuclear Safety Project | March 13, 2011, 8:26 pm EDT
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The New York Time’s online Room for Debate has posted three views on lessons for the US from the current crisis in Japan, one by Dave Lochbaum called “Disasters Fail to Follow Scripts”.

The other contributions are from Frank von Hippel and Michio Kaku.

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