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Survey shows resilience key to our energy future…and more

Survey shows resilience key to our energy future

The newly released World Energy Issues Monitor, the World Energy Councils annual survey for New Zealand, shows the issues keeping New Zealand energy executives awake at night reflect rapidly changing energy needs and the challenge of achieving a more …Survey shows resilience key to our energy future. The newly released World Energy Issues Monitor, the World Energy Council’s annual survey for New Zealand, shows the issues keeping New Zealand energy executives awake at night reflect rapidly changing energy needs and the challenge of achieving a more resilient energy system…

 

Japanese people’s resilience commendable: PM

Expressing sympathy for the affected people of Japan on the fifth anniversary of the Great East Japan earthquake, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said the Japanese people’s resilience was really commendable. “On the fifth anniversary of Great East Japan earthquake, India offers deep sympathy to those affected. We admire the resilience of people of Japan,” Modi said. The Great East Japan earthquake – also known as Tohoku earthquake and tsunami – struck in 2011 and left close to 16,000 people dead, more than 6,000 injured and 2,562 people missing…

 

Cultural reflections on disaster after Fukushima

"When we're able to understand the pain in others, we're able to really connect," said director Doris Dörrie of her new film "Greetings from Fukushima," also known as "Fukushima mon amour."

“When we’re able to understand the pain in others, we’re able to really connect,” said director Doris Dörrie of her new film “Greetings from Fukushima,” also known as “Fukushima mon amour.”

Earthquake, tsunami, nuclear meltdown: Fukushima was hit by a triple catastrophe in March 2011. Five years later, reverberations are still being felt in culture – in cinema, theater and literature…

 

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