Anti Nuclear Sentiment Grows in Japan by ENENEWS.COM
(July 4, 2012) Anti-nuclear sentiment grows in Japan
Financial Times Covers Japan Protests: Public has shifted significantly against nuclear power and have taken to streets — Opposition has grown considerably — Protesters from all walks of life and age groups (VIDEO)
Anti-nuclear sentiment grows in Japan Financial Times Michiyo Nakamoto Publishe4, 2012
As Japan ends its nuclear shutdown, demonstrations against atomic power and the nation’s energy policy have been growing.
FT’s Michiyo Nakamoto: Opposition to nuclear power in Japan has grown considerably since massive tsunami on march 11 last year led to a nuclear meltdown at Tepco’s Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.
In the wake of the disaster popular opinion has shifted significantly against nuclear power and those opposed to nuclear energy have taken to the streets.
Those protesting include the young as well as the old and come from all walks of life.
Farmer: (Translation) “Of course the number of people is important. As the numbers of people increase government officials can’t help but think during elections ‘What should we do?’ and that’s where our power can be realize