Fallen gravestones are seen at a cemetery in Namie town, inside the exclusion zone of a 12-mile radius around the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, Fukushima prefecture.
The Japanese government aims to make all of Fukushima livable again by disposing of from 530,000,000 to 1,095,000,000 cubic feet of contaminated soil and debris. But nuclear engineer Shinichi Nakayama says, "You remove leaf litter from the forest floor and radiation levels fall. You take away the deeper layers and they fall more. But you take it all away and the ecosystem is destroyed. Water retention goes down and flooding can occur."