A friend forwarded me a ezine from Japan For Sustainability. (I’m a little leery of the term “sustainability”, especially after reading this article by Jeffrey Tucker, but let that pass). It included synopses of a number of interesting articles, some of which I might introduce here later, and I also discovered this map:

Trends in Electric Power Suppliers and Municipalities with Nuclear Power Plant

Trends in Electric Power Suppliers and Municipalities with Nuclear Power Plant

Trends in Electric Power Suppliers and Municipalities with Nuclear Power PlantsThe massive earthquake that hit Japan on March 11, 2011 caused tremendous damage, and at the same time, this earthquake and the following tsunami have triggered a serious nuclear accident at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant of Tokyo Electric Power Co. TEPCO. Meanwhile, this accident has spurred the country to review about nuclear power generation. In this context, we will deliver you information about moves in electric power suppliers and municipalities that have nuclear power plants, as well as trends in the nuclear power policy at the government level.We will do our best to carry out the whole process of summarizing related news reports in Japanese, translating them into English, and uploading them to this webpage within three days after coverage by the Japanese media, with the aim of conveying you this kind of information on a real-time basis. However, please note that we, Japan for Sustainability, is operated mainly by volunteers and that there is only so much we can do.

via Energy Shift Japan! | Japan For Sustainability.


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