Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Video Examines Citizens' Trust of Government Radiation Data in Japan

The video is embedded in this New York Times article:
‘In Japan, a Portrait of Mistrust’ By ITAI KESHET Published: March 26, 2013
[Excerpt] Two years after a huge earthquake, giant tsunami and nuclear meltdown ravaged parts of Japan, life has only seemingly returned to normal. Authorities say that outside the evacuation zone in Fukushima, there is at most a very low amount of radioactive contamination — that everything is safe. But after the tragedy, many citizens ask themselves if they can believe the government

Majia here: See the video available at the NYT link above.

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