World officials to discuss nuclear power after Japan quake

Two days of talks are being held with ministers and officials from 37 countries, on how to learn from Japan's nuclear mistakes.

On the agenda will be how to handle the public backlash against nuclear power following the Fukushima catastrophe.

For some the answer is simple. Germany has already announced plans to shut down all its nuclear reactors within the next 11 years. But others, including the US, are less sure.

Michelle Fleury attended one public hearing near New York.

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