Fukushima (2014) tells the story of how one of Japan's largest tsunamis, mixed with government neglect, corporate interest, and propaganda, resulted in the worst nuclear catastrophe since Chernobyl. The Union of Concerned Scientists, a non-profit that combines science with political advocacy, wrote the book.
David Lochbaum is the director of the Union of Concerned Scientists' (UCS) Nuclear Safety Project and a leading nuclear expert in the United States.
Edwin Lyman is a senior scientist at the UCS Global Security Program. He is an expert on nuclear proliferation, nuclear terrorism, and nuclear security.
Susan Q. Stranahan is an award-winning journalist who has spent over three decades writing about the environment and electricity. Sesquehanna, River of Dreams, and Beyond the Flames are among her other works.