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Cesar Harada

Director - Principal Investigator, Protei.org

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Japan, Tohoku : after an earthquake, tsunami and nuclear crisis, how can the people overcome political inertia and implement new ideas ?

Can Japan’s aging society re-invent its relation to nature and technology after the earthquake - tsunami - nuclear disaster?
What should the role of both Japanese and international forces to rebuild Tohoku?
Should local people be in charge of the reconstruction & revitalization of their region?
I'd love to hear the TED Conversations community's thoughts -- and I'll be bringing your ideas to TEDxTohoku on October 30th 2011, when the people of Tohoku will be discussing these issues in Sendai.

For this conversation in Japanese, please visit: http://www.ted.com/conversations/6160/日本_東北_地震_津波_原発_政治的な無力感に打ち勝ち_新し.html

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