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  • Six sue Fukushima nuclear plant operator over thyroid cancer K年1月27日 E4時24分 Channel News Asia TOKYO: Six young people will sue the operator of Japan's stricken Fukushima nuclear plant on Thursday (Jan 27) over claims they developed thyroid cancer due to exposure to radiation after the facility's meltdown. The plaintiffs, now aged between 17 …
  • Japanese food ban announcement may be soon: official K年1月27日 E3時18分 Taipei Times Talks on removing a ban on agricultural imports from Fukushima and four other Japanese prefectures have entered the final stages, with an announcement possible before the Lunar New Year if everything proceeds smoothly, an official with knowledge of the …
  • Rerouting Qatari gas to Europe will require US mediation: reports K年1月27日 E2時58分 Doha News Qatar provides up to 5% of Europe’s liquified natural gas (LNG) supply as most of its shipments go to Asian countries. Qatar is going to require US mediation to persuade its LNG purchasers to reroute some of its gas supplies to Europe in the event of a …
  • Ukraine-Russia Standoff Threatens Flow of Natural Gas to Europe K年1月27日 E2時54分 Media Line Europe, with Washington's help, is looking for a substitute for Moscow's gas; the US has turned to Qatar, but perhaps one day natural gas from Israel will be transferred through the proposed EastMed pipeline US President Joe Biden will host Qatar’s …
  • Despite renewed concerns, San Onofre nuclear site safe from tsunamis K年1月26日 E11時08分 The Coast News - California REGION — Despite scientific research indicating a lower-than-expected risk of tsunami danger to the decommissioning San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station, a recent tsunami event has prompted renewed concerns from a local activist group about the possible …
  • Putin Is Winning, and He Has More in Store K年1月26日 E8時03分 The New York Sun President Putin is far from done, but Russia’s strongman can already list a string of victories related to the crisis he launched by amassing troops on Ukraine’s border. So why shouldn’t he extend the crisis a bit longer? Russia’s economy is mostly based …
  • Letter to the editor: We need a plan to combat global warming K年1月26日 E5時23分 Bakersfield Californian Responding to "Majority of US states pursue nuclear power for emission cuts" (Jan. 19), I don't think we in California should want nuclear power because of what happened in Fukushima, Japan, and the fact that we live in earthquake country. …
  • Investing to help mitigate effects of climate change K年1月26日 E4時57分 Jersey Evening Post What does 2022 have in store for pensions and investments? Mike Freer, of BWCI Group, replies: FOR those who like to see their doom and gloom in biblical proportions, one of the four horsemen of the apocalypse was Plague. Covid-19 would fit the bill, but …
  • KMT 'resolutely' opposed to lifting of Japanese food ban K年1月26日 E3時01分 Focus Taiwan Taipei, Jan. 26 (CNA) The Kuomintang (KMT) on Wednesday expressed its "resolute opposition" to lifting Taiwan's ban on food imports from Japanese prefectures affected by the 2011 Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster in the absence of what it …
  • Qatar could reroute some gas to Europe with US mediation K年1月26日 E1時23分 The Jerusalem Post Qatar will need help from the United States to persuade Doha's natural gas buyers to reroute some supplies to Europe in case a Russia-Ukraine conflict disrupts Russian deliveries to the continent, a source familiar with the discussions said. cnxps.cmd. …
  • Fear And Greed: An Investor's Two Worst Enemies K年1月26日 E12時29分 Investing.com Over the past two years, investors have had to balance fear and greed amidst market, economic, and political unpredictability. Since 2020, the divergence between asset price performance and fundamentals has never been starker. As a reminder, stock prices …
  • Tokyo reports 14,086 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 71,620 K年1月26日 E9時18分 Japan Today The Tokyo metropolitan government on Wednesday reported 14,086 new coronavirus cases, up 1,273 from Tuesday and up 6,709 from last Wednesday. By age group, 3,225 cases were in their 20s, 2,442 in their 30s and 2,213 in their 40s, while 1,600 were aged …
  • Online events w) Isabel Allende, Kali Akuno, Selma James, Naomi Klein, Vandana Shiva, etc. K年1月25日 E10時12分 Indybay - California Upcoming Online Events: Mon, 1/24, 11 am -- Climate Anxieties -- Together with Sarah Ray, we explore tools to navigate and cope with climate anxieties -- A recently released survey published in Nature found that 60% of respondents “felt ‘very worried’ …
  • Can reactor fuel debris be safely removed from Fukushima Daiichi? K年1月25日 E6時00分 Phys.org Decommissioning and clean-up are ongoing at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant (FDNPP); however, many difficult problems remain unaddressed. Chief amongst these problems is the retrieval and management of fuel debris. Fuel debris is the name given …
  • Japan moves to focus resources on severe COVID-19 patients K年1月25日 E5時34分 Japan Times The rapid rise in omicron cases has prompted moves to concentrate medical resources on severely ill patients, amid worries that the health care system will once again be put under dire strain. The development comes on top of the expected expansion of quasi …
  • How to predict future nuclear power requirements K年1月25日 E1時39分 Phys.org Nuclear reactors will be needed to transition to a low-carbon future but they are time-consuming and expensive to plan and build, so getting a head start on future requirements is key. Marc Ernoult of Paris-Saclay University, Orsay, France and his co- …
  • Explainer-Wall of ice at Fukushima's crippled nuclear plant K年1月25日 E9時51分 Cape Breton Post By Elaine Lies and Ju-min Park TOKYO (Reuters) - The operator of Japan's crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant said this month that two storage tanks had leaked about four tonnes of coolant solution used to create an ice wall that prevented …
  • Why Germany Will Regret Its Nuclear Plant Shutdowns K年1月25日 E9時21分 The Washington Post Andreas: Just from the German perspective, because there is so much hysteria here about it, I think it comes down to two things. One is communicating that nuclear is actually safe, much safer than almost all other, except for wind power, energy sources in …
  • Tokyo reports 12,813 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 62,612 K年1月25日 E8時32分 Japan Today The Tokyo metropolitan government on Tuesday reported 12,813 new coronavirus cases, up 4,310 from Monday and up 7,628 from last Tuesday. By age group, 3,126 cases were in their 20s, 2,257 in their 30s and 1,876 in their 40s, while 1,463 were aged between …
  • UK - Germany's ineffective green unilateralism K年1月25日 E5時28分 MENAFN (MENAFN- Jordan Times) MUNICH — Germany already has one of the world's most ambitious climate programs. Now the country wants to become the global leader in terms of climate goals. But this strategy will not be able to slow down climate change. …
  • Japan to expand COVID quasi-emergency to 34 of 47 prefectures K年1月25日 E3時50分 Japan Today Japan is set to expand a COVID-19 quasi-state of emergency to 34 of the nation's 47 prefectures as Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said Monday he plans to add 18 more areas to cope with a recent Omicron strain-driven spike in coronavirus cases. The …
  • How will Europe cope if Russia cuts off its gas? K年1月25日 E2時48分 The Economist Jan 24th 2022 EVERY FOUR years the European Network of Transmission System Operators for Gas is required to carry out a simulation of disaster scenarios. In the most recent such exercise last year the ENTSOG boffins mulled 20 shades of disaster, and …
  • Japan to spend millions on advancing Taiwan ties K年1月25日 E1時34分 Taipei Times An increase of ¥100 million (US$878,765) to Japan’s annual foreign affairs budget is for “advancing the Japan-Taiwan relationship,” information published on the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ Web site showed. The ministry’s budget for last year was …
  • Albano’s Fab 5: Orange County girls basketball standouts last week, Jan. 24 K年1月24日 E11時51分 Orange County Register - California Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now Dan Albano’s Fab 5 outstanding girls basketball players last week, Jan. 24: Sarah Castillo, Anaheim, Jr., G: Castillo made three of her six 3-pointers in the fourth …
  • Pandemics in a time of change in Asia and the world K年1月24日 E9時40分 International Examiner - Washington State During 2020, the big year of the COVID-19 pandemic, everyone was cocooning. I did so in my home with husband and cats. The streets were empty. Limited to Zoom meetings and the internet, I found myself dependent on newspapers delivered to my door and …
  • NJPW Cancels Remaining January Shows Due To COVID-19 Protocols K年1月24日 E4時07分 411Mania New Japan Pro Wrestling has announced they have cancelled the rest of their planned shows for January due to COVID-19 medical protocols. It said this was because of wrestlers “presenting elevated temperatures” or being in close contact with those who had. …
  • Operator of Japan’s Crippled Fukushima Nuclear Plant Face Another Setback in Clean-up K年1月24日 E3時43分 Insurance Journal The operator of Japan’s crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant has found that a coolant solution, used to create an ice wall halting the seepage of groundwater into reactor buildings, has leaked from two storage tanks. The leakage has had no impact on the …
  • Review: Ranking the X-Men movies K年1月24日 E3時25分 Rand Valley Lanthorn - Michigan Over break, I decided to watch every X-Men film and rank them in an extremely subjective fashion. Throughout my binge, I enjoyed this Den of Geeks article by Kayti Burt explaining every confusing plot hole in the several timelines this franchise has …
  • Ice-wall coolant leaks from Japan's Fukushima nuke plant K年1月24日 E9時58分 MENAFN (MENAFN- IANS) Tokyo, Jan 24 (IANS) The operator of Japan's crippled Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant has confirmed that four tonnes of coolant had leaked from two storage tanks, local media reported on Monday. The coolant was used to create an ice …
  • Tokyo reports 8,503 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 44,810 K年1月24日 E9時47分 Japan Today The Tokyo metropolitan government on Monday reported 8,503 new coronavirus cases, down 965 from Sunday and up 4,784 from last Monday. By age group, 2,248 cases were in their 20s, 1,456 in their 30s and 1,222 in their 40s, while 1,001 were aged between 10 …
  • Challenges for existing energy plans and future options K年1月24日 E4時17分 Dawn The space for Pakistan’s energy options is undergoing a squeeze due to a combination of external and internal factors. This winter we have been once again reminded that our domestic gas reserves will largely deplete in a matter of a few years. It has also …
  • With international tourists still absent, Japan’s ski resorts dig deep K年1月24日 E3時22分 Japan Times Hakuba, Nagano Pref. – Ask any skier or snowboarder for their list of must-visit winter destinations, and Japan will invariably feature. “Nowhere in the world is there snow quite like it,” says a skier at the Hakuba Happo-One ski resort after more than 1 …
  • More coolant leaking at Fukushima nuclear plant K年1月23日 E7時05分 Taipei Times The operator of Japan’s crippled Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant has found that a coolant solution, used to create an ice wall halting the seepage of groundwater into reactor buildings, has leaked from two storage tanks. The leakage has had no …
  • The Liberty Times Editorial: End food ban to repair Japan ties K年1月23日 E7時05分 Taipei Times During the 45th session of the Taiwan-Japan Economic and Trade Conference on Jan. 11, Japan expressed concern over Taiwan’s ban on imports of Japanese food products from five prefectures following the March 2011 Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant …
  • Tokyo reports 9,468 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 50,030 K年1月23日 E11時44分 Japan Today The Tokyo metropolitan government on Sunday reported 9,468 new coronavirus cases, down 1,759 from Saturday and up 5,296 from last Sunday. By age group, 2,411 cases were in their 20s, 1,694 in their 30s and 1,362 in their 40s, while 1,141 were aged between …
  • Japan's Tepco hit by setback in clean-up of crippled Fukushima nuclear plant K年1月23日 E6時03分 Reuters By Reuters Staff TOKYO (Reuters) - The operator of Japan’s crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant has found that a coolant solution, used to create an ice wall halting the seepage of groundwater into reactor buildings, has leaked from two storage tanks. …
  • Japan tops 50,000 daily COVID cases for first time as omicron wave continues K年1月22日 E10時07分 Japan Times The coronavirus continued to spread at an unprecedented pace Saturday, with Japan topping 50,000 COVID-19 cases for the first time and Tokyo confirming 11,227 a day after the capital fell under a coronavirus quasi-emergency, marking a record high for a …
  • Japan to expand COVID quasi-emergency to 29 of 47 prefectures K年1月22日 E10時50分 Japan Today Japan is planning to expand the enforcement of a quasi-state of emergency to a total of 29 of the country's 47 prefectures, after Osaka and seven others requested Friday that the central government put them under such a measure in an effort to curb the …
  • Tokyo reports 11,227 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 54,576 K年1月22日 E10時50分 Japan Today The Tokyo metropolitan government on Saturday reported a record high 11,227 new coronavirus cases, up 1,528 from Friday and up 6,666 from last Saturday. It is the first time that the daily count has topped 10,000. By age group, 3,234 cases were in their …
  • Tsunamis: Top five deadliest tidal waves recorded in modern history K年1月22日 E9時29分 Daily Express Last Saturday, an underwater volcano erupted near to the Polynesian Kingdom of Tonga, triggering waves measuring 15m (49ft) in size to batter the more than 170 islands that are encompassed within it. The natural disaster has left at least three people dead …
  • Nuclear-test monitor calls Tonga volcano blast “biggest thing that we’ve ever seen” K年1月22日 E6時26分 EIN Presswire The Tonga volcano on December 24 2021 as seen from a satellite. The eruption turned explosive, in what nuclear monitors say was the biggest bang they've ever recorded. The explosive volcanic eruption in Tonga on Saturday appears to dwarf the largest …
  • ALEX BRUMMER: Oil stirs troubled waters on equity markets K年1月22日 E4時55分 Daily Mail ALEX BRUMMER: Uncertainty around Ukraine, interest rates and overheated pandemic valuations are casting a pall over equity markets In the US, the Nasdaq has fallen 10 per cent since the start of the year  There were big pre-weekend falls on Europe's …
  • ‘Ukraine crisis: Olaf Scholz’s big test’ K年1月22日 E3時02分 Irish Times Sir, – Your editorial wrestles with the contradictions of German chancellor Olaf Scholz’s policy towards Russia (“The Irish Times view on the Ukraine crisis: Olaf Scholz’s big test”, January 21st). His Social Democratic Party (SPD) warns against “ …
  • Ukraine crisis highlights German dependence on Russian oil K年1月22日 E12時56分 Fox News Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. Russia’s imminent threat of a Ukrainian invasion has reopened Cold War-era wounds and left world leaders scrambling to shore up NATO ties to present a united European …
  • Everyone’s least favorite climate fix? Nuclear power gets fresh look. K年1月21日 E11時20分 Christian Science Monitor A few years out of college, Robbie Stewart knew he needed to make a career change. It wasn’t that he didn’t love his job working as a mechanical engineer for General Electric – he did. But he also knew, as someone who felt deeply about being a steward of …
  • Is nuclear power the best solution to climate change? K年1月21日 E7時49分 New Statesman A debate in the House of Commons on 19 January, led by a group of MPs known as the “atomic kittens”, suggested nuclear energy can be a panacea for all ills – including a solution for the climate crisis and the gas crunch. The facts suggest otherwise. Isn’t …
  • Former residents return to last town left deserted following Fukushima disaster K年1月21日 E4時15分 Jersey Evening Post Several former residents of Futaba, the only remaining uninhabited town in Japan still recovering from the effects of radiation from nuclear plant meltdowns in 2011, have returned to live there for the first time since the massive earthquake and tsunami …
  • EHang Autonomous Aerial Vehicle Manufacturer Lands Its Largest Air Taxi Pre-Order in Japan K年1月21日 E3時47分 Autoevolution It’s been several years now since Chinese AAV (autonomous aerial vehicle) manufacturer EHang introduced the world to its game-changing air mobility solutions, yet we are still waiting to take a ride in its highly anticipated air taxis. But even so, the …
  • Europe Is in the Middle of a Messy Nuclear Slowdown K年1月21日 E1時30分 Wired On the last day of 2021, as final preparations were being made for the New Year’s Eve firework display in central Berlin, outside the German capital another era was drawing to a close. It was the beginning of the end of Germany's decades-long dalliance …
  • News to Know: Demand for testing, life sentence, MSSU arts center repairs K年1月21日 E12時48分 KOAM News Now - Kansas The news you need to know before you head out the door January 21, 2022 6:18 AM Posted: January 21, 2022 6:18 AM Updated: January 21, 2022 12:46 PM TOPEKA, Kan. – Health officials in Kansas are working to improve the availability of covid-19 testing. The …
  • Several return to live in Fukushima's last deserted town K年1月21日 E11時28分 The Washington Post Their town was the hardest hit when the nearby Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant went into meltdowns following the 9.0 magnitude quake that sent tsunami waves washing over the coast, killing some 18,000 people, including more than 50 in Futaba.
  • Several return to live in Fukushima’s last deserted town K年1月21日 E11時14分 Federal News Network TOKYO (AP) — Several former residents of Futaba, the only remaining uninhabited town in Japan still recovering from effects of radiation from nuclear plant meltdowns in 2011, have returned to live for the first time since the massive earthquake and tsunami …
  • Nuclear-test monitor calls Tonga volcano blast "biggest thing that we've ever seen" K年1月21日 E10時26分 WNYC - New York The explosive volcanic eruption in Tonga on Saturday appears to dwarf the largest nuclear detonations ever conducted, according to a global group that monitors for atomic testing. The shockwave from the blast was so powerful that it was detected as far …
  • Opinion: Nuclear energy is far too costly K年1月21日 E10時05分 Deutsche Welle I can still clearly recall that spring afternoon in late April 1986. I had been out playing in the woods and building a fort with some friends, when a rain shower forced us back home. It was a fun, carefree day. We had no idea that just hours earlier,  …
  • Tokyo reports 9,699 new cases; nationwide tally 49,854 K年1月21日 E8時56分 Japan Today The Tokyo metropolitan government on Friday reported a record high 9,699 new coronavirus cases, up 1,061 from Thursday and up 5,641 from last Friday. By age group, 2,973 cases were in their 20s, 1,835 in their 30s and 1,333 in their 40s, while 1,078 were …
  • S. Korea not mulling lifting import ban on Japanese seafood to join CPTPP K年1月21日 E8時02分 Korea Herald In this Feb. 13, aerial file photo shows Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Okuma town, Fukushima prefecture, north of Tokyo. The operator of a wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant said Tuesday, Dec. 21, 2021, it has applied for safety authorities' …
  • Treated water from Fukushima Nuclear Power plant safe to be discharged into sea: Expert K年1月21日 E7時02分 Taipei News.net Tokyo [Japan], January 20 (ANI): Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station has to inevitably discharge water into the sea which is treated by Advanced Liquid Processing System (ALPS). Professor Tadashi Narabayashi is an expert of nuclear engineering who gave …
  • OBITUARY: Mitsuko Kawashiri K年1月21日 E1時35分 NICHI BEI - California Mitsuko Kawashiri June 22, 1922 – Dec. 15, 2021 AWASHIRI, MITSUKO passed away peacefully on December 15, 2021 at home in Novato, California surrounded by family and Reverend Koshi Kurotaki of Sokoji Temple. The loss of Mitsuko is mourned by her daughter, …
  • Trickle of residents return to Fukushima's last deserted town K年1月20日 E9時44分 Japan Today Five former residents of the last remaining uninhabited town near Japan's stricken Fukushima nuclear plant returned on Thursday to live there for the first time since the 2011 disaster. Following extensive decontamination, numerous areas around the …
  • Good news for uranium: Nuclear energy has a record reliability, despite past disasters K年1月20日 E6時09分 MarketWatch Nuclear energy has a proven record of reliability in a world that’s struggling to accept less dependable sources of renewable energy. That brightens the outlook for the uranium that fuels the sector. “The world needs more energy from renewable sources, but …
  • Scientists trace the path of radioactive cesium in the ecosystem of Fukushima K年1月20日 E3時30分 Phys.org In 2011, the nuclear accident at Fukushima, Japan, resulted in the deposit of radioactive cesium (radiocesium) into habitats in the vicinity. A decade after the accident, researchers from the National Institute of Environmental Studies, Japan, have …
  • Residents return to town near Fukushima nuclear plant after government decontamination project K年1月20日 E12時34分 Daily Mail Five former residents of the last remaining uninhabited town near Japan's stricken Fukushima nuclear plant returned on Thursday to live there for the first time since the 2011 disaster. Following extensive decontamination, numerous areas around the …
  • How We Might Finally Get Over Our Fear of Nuclear Power K年1月20日 E12時23分 Daily Beast It’s been nearly seven decades since the first nuclear power plant opened in Obninsk, Russia, but nuclear power remains as controversial as it’s ever been—even for people who think that stopping climate change from ravaging the planet means we must turn to …
  • [Column] Is dumping contaminated Fukushima water our best option? K年1月20日 E11時42分 Hankyoreh
  • Japan's 2021 LNG imports slip, gives up world's top buyer spot to China K年1月20日 E11時18分 Channel News Asia TOKYO : Japan's imports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) fell 0.2per cent in 2021 to 74.32 million tonnes, giving up the world's largest buyer spot to China which increased its imports of the super-chilled fuel by 18per cent to a record high. Japan…
  • Japan needs more than a carbon tax and green fund to achieve net zero K年1月20日 E10時19分 Japan Times Japan needs more money to invest in innovative technology to help it achieve its decarbonization goals — and one potential solution may be to consider a new form of sovereign debt to fund it. That’s the view of the country’s environment minister, Tsuyoshi …
  • Crisis-hit Fukushima town finally allows residents to stay overnight K年1月20日 E10時18分 Japan Times Fukushima – The town of Futaba, which hosts part of the crippled Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant, on Thursday started allowing some residents to stay overnight at their homes for the first time in more than a decade. People subject to the program are …
  • Anti-COVID steps far from uniform for Japan prefectures under quasi-emergency K年1月20日 E10時17分 Japan Times Taking a page out of a familiar playbook, 13 more prefectures will soon impose restrictions on alcohol sales and business hours as part of quasi-emergency measures, but while the measures against COVID-19 will mostly target restaurants and bars, the rules …
  • States look to nukes in shift away from fossil fuels K年1月20日 E9時32分 Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- As climate change pushes states to dramatically cut their use of fossil fuels, many are coming to the conclusion that solar, wind and other renewable power sources might not be enough to keep the lights on. Nuclear power is emerging as …
  • Japan decides to put Tokyo, 12 more areas under COVID quasi-emergency K年1月20日 E9時30分 Kazinform TOKYO. KAZINFORM - Japan decided Wednesday to place Tokyo and 12 other areas under a coronavirus quasi-state of emergency, with a record 41,487 new infections reported nationwide as the highly transmissible Omicron variant spreads rapidly across the …
  • Osaka, Kyoto, Hyogo prefectures seek COVID quasi-emergency K年1月20日 E9時06分 Japan Today The western Japan prefectures of Osaka, Kyoto and Hyogo will ask the government Friday to place them under a coronavirus quasi-state emergency amid the rapid spread of the highly transmissible Omicron variant, Osaka Gov Hirofumi Yoshimura said. The planned …
  • Town where Fukushima plant is located lets residents stay overnight K年1月20日 E8時54分 La Prensa Latina - Tennessee Tokyo, Jan 20 (EFE).- Futaba, one of the two Japanese towns that houses the damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, allowed some of its residents to spend the night in their homes from Thursday more than 10 years after the disaster hit the atomic …
  • EDITORIAL: Action needed on Japan food ban K年1月20日 E1時21分 Taipei Times It is high time that the ban on imports of Japanese food products from five prefectures after the March 2011 Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant disaster is lifted in its entirety, and there is little disagreement on the matter from the governments of …
  • Water Electrolysis Machine Market is Expected to Grow at a CAGR Value of 7% During Forecast Period 2021-2031 Fact.MR K年1月19日 E11時09分 MENAFN (MENAFN- EIN Presswire) Global Water Electrolysis Machine Market Published By Fact.MR Provides A 10-Year Forecast For The Period Of 2020 To 2030 UNITED STATES, January 20, 2022 /EINPresswire.com / -- The water electrolysis machine market is …
  • Centrus: New Energy And The Massive Order Book Make The Stock A Buy K年1月19日 E9時17分 Seeking Alpha choness/iStock via Getty ImagesCentrus Energy Corp (NYSE:LEU) has disclosed large construct agreements with the U.S. government. Management also expects that its HALEU product will receive significant demand in the coming years, and the order book …
  • Water Electrolysis Machine Market is Expected to Grow at a CAGR Value of 7% During Forecast Period 2021-2031 – Fact.MR K年1月19日 E8時11分 EIN Presswire Global Water Electrolysis Machine Market Published By Fact.MR Provides A 10-Year Forecast For The Period Of 2020 To 2030 UNITED STATES, January 20, 2022 /⁨EINPresswire.com⁩/ -- The water electrolysis machine market is expected to reflect a strong …
  • Bans should be lifted in one go K年1月19日 E10時01分 Taipei Times This year will be a critical one for President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文), who will need to accelerate the realization of her policy agenda. In the past few weeks, Tsai has overcome the political tests of the four referendums, a recall and a by-election. She …
  • States pursue nuclear power for emission cuts K年1月19日 E4時00分 EIN Presswire PROVIDENCE, R.I. — As climate change pushes states in the U.S. to dramatically cut their use of fossil fuels, many are coming to the conclusion that solar, wind and other renewable power sources might not be enough to keep the lights on. Nuclear power is …
  • Residents Of Japanese Town Say A Mountain Has Been A Hotspot For UFOs Since The 1970s K年1月18日 E11時23分 Daily Caller The residents of a mountain town in Japan say they have seen UFOs and aliens since the 1970s, Vice News reported Tuesday. Iino, a quiet mountain town of about 1,900 outside Fukushima, is adorned with statues of aliens and its mascot is a white alien …
  • Skyrocketing EV sales in China signal no turning back for global energy transition K年1月18日 E11時17分 Renew Economy The jury is in. The global race between passenger electric vehicles and hydrogen fuel cells vs petrol vs diesel is over. EVs have won in China, the world’s biggest auto market. EV sales in China grew 154% year-on-year to 3.3 million in 2021. China now …
  • Desperate Nuke Pushers Assault Green Power on Their Way to Oblivion K年1月18日 E8時39分 Free Press As nuke power collapses in France, Germany and Georgia, only YOU can save solar power in California.   A corrupt California Public Utilities Commission has sent to Gov. Gavin Newsom a death warrant for the state’s rooftop solar panel industry.   Like …
  • Investor touts Malawi’s mining value K年1月18日 E8時07分 The Nation New investors in Kayelekera Uranium Mine in Karonga have touted Malawi as the best destination for mining investment in the world. Lotus Resources Limited said the Malawi Government under the Tonse Alliance has demonstrated that it is business-oriented. …
  • Readers’ letters: AC12 should study Number 10 policing K年1月18日 E7時32分 Press and Journal Sir, – Can I suggest that, in the next series of Line of Duty, AC12 turn their attention to that part of the Met charged with protecting Downing Street? There seems to be plenty of justification to send them in. Blatant flouting of Covid legislation …
  • New study shows benefits of ammonium for pine root growth K年1月18日 E3時53分 Phys.org In ecological terms, coniferous formations represent the biggest terrestrial carbon sink, they play an essential part in the pollination of the ecosystems where they grow and, moreover, help improve agricultural production. At the same time, from an …
  • Race to cut carbon emissions splits U.S. states over whether to advance nuclear power K年1月18日 E2時38分 Anchorage Daily News - Alaska Chris Levesque, president and CEO of TerraPower, a company developing and building small nuclear reactors, displays a fuel assembly model, Thursday, Jan. 13, 2022, in Everett, Wash. The 5-foot model is about one-third actual length and would be vertical …
  • Official: Japan hopes to lead Asian zero-emissions push K年1月18日 E11時46分 WNCN 17 - North Carolina TOKYO (AP) — Japan will gradually phase out coal plants over the next two decades while developing new technologies to reduce, capture and utilize carbon, Environment Minister Tsuyoshi Yamaguchi said Tuesday. Yamaguchi said in an interview with The …
  • Living with nuclear power plants at your border K年1月18日 E11時01分 EurActiv The nuclear industry’s announced renaissance to “save the climate” would mean building 600 to 700 new reactors worldwide, significantly increasing the risk of an incident with cross-border implications, write Horst Hamm and Charlotte Migeon. Horst Hamm was …
  • Tokyo Z releases Juan GDL K年1月18日 E7時11分 Manila Bulletin Juan Gomez de Liano was released from his contract by Earthfriends Tokyo Z, the second division club of Japan’s B.League announced Tuesday, Jan. 18. Tokyo Z said both parties mutually agreed on the release which would make the former University of the …
  • Race to Cut Carbon Emissions Splits US States on Whether to Use Nuclear Power K年1月18日 E6時28分 NBC DFW - Texas As climate change pushes states in the U.S. to dramatically cut their use of fossil fuels, many are coming to the conclusion that solar, wind and other renewable power sources might not be enough to keep the lights on. Nuclear power is emerging as an …
  • Inpex to conduct exploratory gas drilling off west Japan K年1月18日 E5時59分 EIN Presswire TOKYO : Japan's biggest oil and gas explorer Inpex Corp will conduct exploratory offshore drilling off western Japan from March to July in the hope of finding natural gas, the company and a ministry of industry official said. The project, off the …
  • SRUUF: The Best Way To Play The Uranium Bull Market K年1月18日 E5時59分 Seeking Alpha kasezo/iStock via Getty Images Uranium Sector Setting Up For The Next Move Higher For about half a decade, uranium prices have languished between $20-30 per pound as the world turned its back on nuclear as a source of energy after the Fukushima nuclear …
  • Race to cut carbon emissions splits U.S. states on nuclear K年1月18日 E5時18分 EIN Presswire PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — As climate change pushes states in the U.S. to dramatically cut their use of fossil fuels, many are coming to the conclusion that solar, wind and other renewable power sources might not be enough to keep the lights on. Nuclear power …
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Special wards are a special form of municipalities in Japan under the 1947 Local Autonomy Law.

They are city-level wards: primary subdivisions of a prefecture with municipal autonomy largely comparable to other forms of municipalities.

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Area: 627.6 km²
Region: Kantō

Island: Honshu

Prefecture: Tokyo

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