Nuclear Barrels in Cape Town!

Activists simulate a nuclear pollution clean up on the beach in Sea Point, Cape Town. The Demonstration comes in the run up to one year since the Fukushima nuclear meltdown. 


The aim of the simulation was to increase public interest around nuclear, and to highlight the simple truth that a nuclear meltdown could happen at any of the world's nuclear power plants.

Activists simulate a nuclear pollution clean up on the beach in Sea Point, Cape Town. The Demonstration comes in the run up to one year since the Fukushima nuclear meltdown. The aim of the simulation was to increase public interest around nuclear, and to highlight the simple truth that a nuclear meltdown could happen at any of the world's nuclear power plants.

 

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