Six experts give their perspectives on the Fukushima Daiichi accident and the past ten years –
where we’ve been, where we are, and where we’re headed.
Masashi Goto, retired nuclear engineer, believes that no use of technology should overstep human rights.
Aileen Mioko Smith is a long term anti-nuclear activist who thinks Japan needs to rethink and restructure the systems of governance in order for any change to lead to a nuclear-free future.
Yuichi Kaido, a veteran lawyer involved in multiple anti-nuclear campaigns, believes litigation will help bring about the demise of the nuclear industry.
Rianne Teule, an experienced radiation protection advisor, worked in Fukushima in the weeks after the nuclear crisis, and has closely followed the situation since.
UN Human Rights Council Special Rapporteurs discuss their concerns and implications for human rights of Japanese citizens during the ongoing Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster.
Naoto Kan, former Prime Minister of Japan, reflects on the Fukushima disaster, and his belief that a change from nuclear to renewable energies can revitalise and power the nation.
© Greenpeace / Christian Åslund,
Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert, Noriko Hayashi