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Japan should have sought immediate help from Russia with Fukushima – ecologist

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The Fukushima disaster has revived concerns about the safety of nuclear power plants. Russia - with its sad experience after the Kyshtym and Chernobyl tragedies - offered help to Japan, but for some reason it wasn’t accepted immediately. Professor Sergei Baranovsky, President of Green Cross Russia discusses possible ways to reduce the nuclear threat in the world and reflects on whether it is both possible and reasonable to get rid of nuclear energy completely.

The Fukushima disaster has revived concerns about the safety of nuclear power plants. Russia - with its sad experience after the Kyshtym and Chernobyl tragedies - offered help to Japan, but for some reason it wasn’t accepted immediately. Professor Sergei Baranovsky, President of Green Cross Russia discusses possible ways to reduce the nuclear threat in the world and reflects on whether it is both possible and reasonable to get rid of nuclear energy completely.

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