Japan cautiously returns to nuclear power: http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/japans-cautious-return-to-a-nuclear-powered-future/2012/06/22/gJQAQZK4vV_story.html
..."Nuclear power evokes suspicions that run deeper than other
technology hazards, social researchers say. In today’s globalized
digital universe, the scenes of chaos and fear at Fukushima spread
quickly. Germany decided to close eight of its 17 nuclear power plants.
Although U.S. views of nuclear energy were not shaken as dramatically,
the need to build and sustain public confidence can’t be taken for
granted. In the fight against global warming, nuclear power remains a
vital low-carbon energy source and very well may be for a long time to
Welcome to the Future of Neutron Scattering in Canada
a grassroots, nonpartisan movement of ordinary Canadians
that emerged in response to the lack of commitment by federal government(s) to build a new research reactor in Canada for nearly 2 decades.