In the mean time, we’ve had Exxon Valdez, Deepwater Horizon, Andover, San Carlos, CA, plus oil trains burning down entire towns, coal mine explosions, two Gulf Wars, and sea level rise due to global warming.
Pick your poison.
The list of accidents is so large that the US has to create separate wikipedia pages for every 25 year span.
Actually it has a separate list page for each year since 2000. And the 25-year lists before ("List of pipeline accidents in the United States (1975–1999)" etc.) are huge lists.
Do you want to put some money Fukushima being fully decomissioned by 2028?