A man shouts slogans Wednesday during a protest rally against a restart of southern Japan's Sendai nuclear power plant outside the Nuclear Regulation Authority's office in Tokyo. The plant won approval Wednesday for meeting safety requirements imposed after the 2011 Fukushima disaster, a key step toward becoming the first reactor to restart under the tighter rules. Japanese on a sign, bottom, reads: “We will stop!!”
A man shouts slogans Wednesday during a protest rally against a restart of southern Japan's Sendai nuclear power plant outside the Nuclear Regulation Authority's office in Tokyo. The plant won approval Wednesday for meeting safety requirements imposed after the 2011 Fukushima disaster, a key step toward becoming the first reactor to restart under the tighter rules. Japanese on a sign, bottom, reads: “We will stop!!” . The Associated Press
A man shouts slogans Wednesday during a protest rally against a restart of southern Japan's Sendai nuclear power plant outside the Nuclear Regulation Authority's office in Tokyo. The plant won approval Wednesday for meeting safety requirements imposed after the 2011 Fukushima disaster, a key step toward becoming the first reactor to restart under the tighter rules. Japanese on a sign, bottom, reads: “We will stop!!” . The Associated Press

Japan should rethink starting nuclear power plants

September 11, 2014 11:09 AM