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Resilience in Fukushima: Contribution a Political Economy of Consent via Sage Alternatives: Global, Local, Political

By Thierry Ribault Abstract This article is a contribution to the political economy of consent based on the analysis of speeches, declarations, initiatives, and policies implemented in the name of resilience in the context of the Fukushima nuclear disaster. It … Continue reading

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Quiet Energy Revolution Underway in Japan as Dozens of Towns Go Off the Grid via The New York Times

TOKYO/HIGASHI MATSUSHIMA, JAPAN — A northern Japanese city’s efforts to rebuild its electric power system after the 2011 earthquake and tsunami mark a quiet shift away from the country’s old utility model toward self-reliant, local generation and transmission. After losing … Continue reading

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De la vulnérabilité à la résilience, réflexions sur la protection en cas de désastre extrême – Le cas de la gestion des conséquences de l’explosion d’une centrale nucléaire à Fukushima via Raison-Publique.fr

Par Cécile Asanuma-Brice L’explosion de la centrale nucléaire de Tepco Dai ichi à Fukushima en mars 2011 a été l’occasion de mettre en avant de l’actualité scientifique quelques concepts longtemps négligés, dont celui de résilience. Si l’utilisation psychanalytique de cette … Continue reading

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At Fukushima, the population is in an inextricable situation via CNRS Journal

Partager Four years after the explosion of a nuclear power plant in Fukushima, the fate of the victims is far from settled. Researcher Cécile Asanuma-Brice deciphers the policy that encourages these people to resettle into contaminated areas. Residing in Japan … Continue reading

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