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Detta är en Kandidat-uppsats från Lunds universitet/Statsvetenskapliga institutionen

Sammanfattning: After the Fukushima accident in 2011, Sweden and Germany acted differently. Sweden stressed its nuclear power plant while Germany made a complete turn and decided on a nuclear power settlement by 2022. It raises questions why Germany and Sweden acted differently after the Fukushima accident. The purpose of this thesis is to analyze why a political decision was taken on a nuclear power phase out in Germany but not in Sweden. The question to be answered was "Why did not the Fukushima accident have the same effect in Sweden as it had in Germany?" The analyse is done according to John Kingdon's multiple streams, which is a theory of policy processes and agenda setting. The result of the thesis shows that both German and Swedish experts estimated that an energy transfer to renewable energy would be possible. Furthermore the consensus was low in both countries, preventing a change in nuclear power policy. The conclusion of the thesis is that Greenpeace's drive was much stronger in Germany, a forcing power Consular Markel couldn’t ignore.

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