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Rebuilding Fukushima

(Routledge Studies in Hazards, Disaster Risk and Climate Change)

Yamakawa, Mistuo (EDT)   Yamamoto, Daisaku (EDT)

Routledge 2017/02
187 p. 25 cm   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781138193796
KCN: 1023605559
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DDC: 363.179970952117
KDC: C126 リスク・テロリズム・戦争・災害
F46 防災
E191 経済史・経済事情:日本
D251 政治史・政治事情:日本
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Annotation

山川充夫(帝京大学教授、元・福島大学学長補佐兼うつくしまふくしま未来支援センター長)共編。
This book explores the challenges and prospects in recovery and rebuilding efforts in Fukushima, providing a greater understanding of the effect of the disaster locally and regionally in Japan. This book examines what is being done in the vast 'grey zone' areas, outside of mandatory evacuation zones, exploring issues at institutional, national and international levels in communities and businesses, focusing on topics such as food production, agriculture, water access, transport, industry and renewable energy.

Full Description

Five years after the one of the worst nuclear accidents in history, Fukushima now only occasionally headlines national and international media. However, the disaster is far from over, as evidenced by a hundred thousand people from Fukushima still in the state of evacuation, rising levels of radiation in streams and rivers, and failing attempts to control the leakage of radioactive materials at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant. Despite these dismal conditions, efforts to recover and rebuild livelihoods in the afflicted regions of Fukushima did start immediately after the outset of the accident. Rebuilding Fukushima gives an account of how citizens, local governments, and businesses responded to and coped with the crisis of Fukushima. It addresses principles to guide reconstruction and international policy environments in which the current disaster is situated. It explores how reconstruction is articulated and experienced at different spatial scales, ranging from individuals to communities and municipalities, and details recovery efforts, achievements, and challenges in the realms of public transportation, agriculture and food production, manufacturing industries, retail sectors, and renewable-energy industries. This book also critically investigates the nature of the current reconstruction policy schemes, and seeks to articulate what may be required in order to achieve more sustainable and equitable (re)development in afflicted regions and other nuclear host regions. Drawing on extensive fieldwork and local surveys, this volume is one of the first books in English that captures the knowledge and insights of native Japanese social scientists who dealt with the complexities of nuclear disaster on a day-to-day basis. It will be of great interest to students and scholars of disaster-management studies and nuclear policy.

Table of Contents

Introduction Mitsuo Yamakawa and Daisaku Yamamoto Five Principles for the Reconstruction of the Nuclear Disaster Afflicted Areas Mitsuo Yamakawa and Katsumi Nakai International Efforts to Support Disaster Risk Reduction Satoru Mimura Challenges of Just Rebuilding: Case Studies of Iitate Village and Tomioka Town, Fukushima Prefecture Akihiko Sato Why do Local Residents Continue to use Potentially Contaminated Surface Water after the Nuclear Accident? Takehiko Noda Securing Mobility in the Nuclear Disaster Afflicted Region: A Case Study of Minami-Soma Itsuki Yoshida Toward Effective Radioactivity Countermeasures for Agricultural Products Hideki Ishii Resilience of Local Food Systems to the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster: A Case Study of the Fukushima Soybean Project Takashi Norito Impacts of the Disaster and Future Tasks for the Recovery of Small and Medium-Sized Manufacturing Firms in Fukushima Toshio Hatsuzawa Bringing Businesses Back, Bringing Residents Back: Efforts and Challenges to Restore Commerce in Formerly Evacuated Areas Akira Takagi and Masayuki Seto Renewable Energy Policies and Economic Revitalization in Fukushima: Issues and Prospects Yoshio Ohira Beyond Developmental Reconstruction in Post-Fukushima Japan Daisaku Yamamoto and Mitsuo Yamakawa