An appeal to improve labor condition of the Fukushima Daiichi workers has been posted at Vancouver based Peace Philosophy Centre’s website. To read the letter, please visit their website.
The following statement is from www.chernobyl-day.org.
In the world today, thirty-one countries are using nuclear power to produce energy, which represents more than 400 reactors. How many people do know that a chain of dirty, pollutant and uncontrolled fuels hides behind nuclear plants, which is described as “virtuous cycle” by the nuclear industry?
Each step of this chain generates considerable radioactive pollutions, leads to incessant dangerous transports, exposes the population to extreme risks and produces nuclear waste that stays radioactive and dangerous for millions of years.
Together, let’s prevent the nuclear industry from poisoning our lives and break the nuclear chain!
From Friday 26th to Sunday 28th of April 2013
3 days of action
to highlight the uranium road
For more information, go to www.chernobyl-day.org.
This is a month old news on National Geographic, but it’s still good to see the pictures of the people living in Fukushima and read their stories.
11.11 Anti-Nuke Occupy Tokyo by Millions and many other protests and rallies were held all over Japan last weekend.
Here are some pictures from Tokyo.
To see more aerial shots by two photojournalists, Naomi Toyoda and Ryuichi Hirokawa, please go to Fotgazet. Those pictures are licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.1 Japan.
Another photojournalist Takashi Morizumi captured actions on the ground as well. See his photos at his blog HERE.
Japan disaster: 25% of reconstruction fund spent on unrelated projects
Half of government budget allocation is yet to be distributed, despite 325,000 people still living in temporary accommodation
October 31st, 2012
By Guardian’s Tokyo correspondent Justin McCurrey
Full article here: http://gu.com/p/3bftk
From September 7th through 9th, there were major protests against nuclear power and deployment of MV-22 Ospreys in Tokyo. It looks like more and more people are standing up against social injustice not just the nuclear issue.
Check out the photo report by a photojournalist Munesuke Yamamoto HERE.