Sunday, June 10, 2012

Japan's parliament probes nuclear plant crisis

As concerns grow 'in America over the tsunami debris 'now floating in the Pacific Ocean, 'a parliamentary panel 'in Japan is going to release a report 'later this month on the nuclear crisis that occurred last year. Japan's nuclear crisis, broadcast on TV news programmes all over the world, have caused more people on earth to be more environmentally conscious. Germany, for example, has decided to close all its nuclear power plants by 2022, as a lesson learned from the tragic experience. Now, many people in Japan also oppose the government's proposal to restart 2 nuclear reactors purportedly ''for the survival of the society''.