(April 26, 2011) The second of two evenings devoted to the examination of the earthquake that struck northern Japan on March 11 and the subsequent consequences. Experts from different fields will give their own interpretations of the impact that the catastrophe will have on the country and what the future holds for Japan.
These talks were part of a two evening series devoted to the examination of the earthquake and the subsequent tsunami and nuclear accident. The talks focused on the impact on the events and what the future holds for earthquake risk and nuclear energy.
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