Dampak Kecelakaan Pembangkit Tenaga Nuklir Fukushima Daiichi Terhadap
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Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant accident is one of the biggest nuclear accidents after Three Miles Island, United States and Chernobyl, Ukraine. The use of nuclear technology to fulfill energy needs and to reduce carbon emission should consider the impacts on human security. There are seven categories of human security i.e., environmental, food, personal, community, and political security. IAEA has determined that INES of level 7 affects the environmental and economic security. This research describes the impacts of Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant accident on environmental and economic security during 2011-2014. The threats to environmental security are the contamination and the spread of radioactive substances that cause people to lose their homes which give impacts on economic security. The amount of compensation given to the victims of nuclear power plant accident was insufficient to sustain their economy. Threats to economic security are also shown by decline in agricultural production, which made Japan exports and business transactions decrease.
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