Yeah and that exclusion zone around Fukushima won't be around for too long. Cleanup is not that hard. The people who own the land however just have to want to clean it up. Hiroshima & Fukushima are prime examples of this. Visit either sometime. Both, are amazing cities I've fallen in love with that no one even thinks about radiation in those places. Those reactors issues are largely to do with new tech having obsticles with such englightened people such as yourself. Hell, 60+ years of this tech, and were barely at a 3.5 generation for reactors because of this BS attitude (seriously, get over it, a number of coal boilers blew up before the tech was safe). Fukushima reactors (all Gen 1) 5 & 6 were shut down due to age before the quake, and were likely going back online eventually due to no reactor to take up the slack (rolling blackouts happened because of them going offline). 1 was suposed to be decomissioned earlier this year because of the same reason, and the rest to follow soon after.
The tech is not the issue, the issue is the people who don't understand a damn thing about radiation past the invisible waves of energy that appear to be more like magic, and assume all are the same. I'm not saying your stupid, but you don't know enough to make informed decisions. Most of the material we use was mined ages ago for war efforts, it's got to be used at this point or the same storage issues. Heres a clue for ya, their containers were made to release their material very quickly. Not to mention, by the time it's all used up, the tech will be even more mature, and safe to the point mineing operations will be wanted because how easy it will be to handle compared to even now. I know none of this will change your mind (rational discussion is impossible with evangelists), but maybe others who read this will.