Accidents happen. Learn from them (a little more concrete in the case of Fukushima) and move on.
The Washington Post reports,
The hulking system that once guided Japan’s pro-nuclear-power stance worked just fine when everybody moved in lock step. But in the wake of a nuclear accident that changed the way this country thinks about energy, the system has proved ill-suited for resolving conflict. Its very size and complexity have become a problem.
Nearly a year after the triple meltdown at the Fukushima Daiichi facility, Japanese decision-makers cannot agree on how to safeguard their reactors against future disasters, or even whether to operate them at all…
Had the plant’s back-up generators been on pedestals above the tsunami wave, major problems would likely have been avoided.