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Fukushima–Hopes of Home Fade Among Japan’s Displaced

AIZU-WAKAMATSU JOURNAL Ko Sasaki for The New York Times The community center of a temporary housing complex in Aizu-Wakamatsu, where some fled after last year’s nuclear disaster. By MARTIN FACKLER Published: November 25, 2012 AIZU-WAKAMATSU, Japan — As cold northerly winds sprinkle… Continue Reading →

Japan- local governments addicted to nuclear subsidies

Monday, Nov. 26, 2012   SENTAKU MAGAZINE Nov 26,2012 Municipalities hosting nuclear power plants throughout Japan have received large amounts of central government subsidies, donations from utilities and lucrative business contracts.   Now, 1½ years after the Fukushima nuclear disasters,… Continue Reading →

German nuclear exit delivers economic, environmental benefits-Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

November 1st, 2012 in Technology / Energy & Green Tech Following the accident at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station in 2011, the German government took the nation’s eight oldest reactors offline immediately and passed legislation that will close the… Continue Reading →

#INDIA-Activists, academics take out anti-Kudankulam protest in #Bangalore #nuclear

BANGALORE, October 25, 2012 Staff Reporter Safety first:Anti-nuclear activists and members of the New Socialist Alternative protesting at the Town Hall in Bangalore on Wednesday.— Photo: K. Murali Kumar Academics, activists and students gathered at the Town Hall on Wednesday evening… Continue Reading →

India- Desirability of nuclear power is the real question

  MADHUMITA DUTTA, The Hindu APEXPOSURE LIMIT: While the environmental and health risks of radiation are known, the magnitude of the impact of nuclear accidents takes time to play out in a real world situation. A few days ago, The Hindu carried… Continue Reading →

India- Desirability of nuclear power is the real question

  MADHUMITA DUTTA, The Hindu APEXPOSURE LIMIT: While the environmental and health risks of radiation are known, the magnitude of the impact of nuclear accidents takes time to play out in a real world situation. A few days ago, The Hindu carried… Continue Reading →

Radioactive cesium found in Japan’s fish, seawater

Published: 05 August, 2012, 13:37 Japanese women sort through freshly caught fish at the Hirakata fish market in Kitaibaraki, Ibaraki prefecture, south of the stricken Fukushima daiichi nuclear power plant number 1 on April 6, 2011 (AFP Photo / Toru Yamanaka)… Continue Reading →

Anti-nuclear conference in Japan calls international day of action, March 11

“We now stand at a crossroads. We have the choice to break out of the nuclear fuel chain and move towards efficient, renewable and sustainable energy that does not threaten health or environment.” The Global Conference for a Nuclear Power… Continue Reading →

Radioactive water leak at Japan nuclear plant: report

Feb 2, 2012 TOKYO: Some 8.5 tons of radioactive water leaked from a reactor at Japan’s crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant but it had not flowed outside the reactor building. Tokyo Electric Power Co said the leak occurred in… Continue Reading →

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