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Japan's Careful Return to Nuclear Power

Five years since Fukushima, Tokyo can show the world how to do it right.

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Five years after the nuclear plant meltdown at Fukushima, Japan has begun the controversial process of restarting its other reactors. The challenge for government and industry remains no less critical, however: to continually improve safety, lest they further undermine public support for what should be a reliable, climate-friendly fuel source.

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