Chip Cameron on the Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant

Chip Cameron on the Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant

On March 17, 2011, Mr. Francis "Chip" Cameron, principal of Zero Gravity Group, LLC, discussed the recent issues with the Dai-Ichi Nuclear Plant in Fukushima Japan, and provided some insight regarding safety and regulatory issues with nuclear power plants in the United States.  Mr. Cameron was formerly an Assistant General Counsel at the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission, where he supervised a division of attorneys providing counsel to the NRC staff and the Commission on a wide range of rulemaking and licensing issues, including matters relating to the National Environmental Policy Act.



Additional Resources

Economic Impact of Earthquake Podcast with Edward Lincoln

Written Interviews
Q & A with Yasushi Aoyama, professor at Meiji University on Next steps following Japan's Earthquake and Tsunami

Earthquake Effects Sold Out Noodles

Further teaching ideas and links to resources
Natural Disasters, a list of resources on About Japan related to previous natural disasters in Japan

Online Resources for Teaching Natural Disasters


Topic,Geography; Topic,Natural Disasters; Type,Podcast; Topic,Politics; Theme,The Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami of March 11;
dai-ichi nuclear, Fukushima, nuclear energy, radiation, Cameron, Chip, nuclear fallout, atomic, atomic energy,