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Crisis at Fukushima I/Daiichi and Fukushima II/Daini Plants

Feature story | March 14, 2011 at 7:37

First the earthquake, then the Tsunami, and now a severe nuclear threat: Greenpeace's thoughts are with the Japanese people, hoping that a worst-case scenario will be avoided.

Greenpeace Statement on the Japanese Government’s Decision to Close the Hamaoka...

Press release | May 6, 2011 at 12:40

Tokyo, Japan, 6 May, 2011 - “Greenpeace welcomes Prime Minister Kan’s request to close Hamaoka, one of the most dangerous nuclear reactors in Japan,” said Junichi Sato, Greenpeace Japan Executive Director. “This is the first time a Prime Minister...

Japanese Quake: Nuclear Alert

Feature story | March 11, 2011 at 12:36

Greenpeace is deeply concerned about the potential safety and environmental impacts of both the earthquake and tsunami on Japanese nuclear installations, as well as other hazardous industries such as chemical or oil refineries.

Greenpeace Remembers the People of Japan

Page | April 5, 2011 at 10:33

A month after the tragedy in Japan, Greenpeace Africa invites you to join us for a vigil in solidarity with the Japanese people.

Japan: Radioactivity Released from Fukushima Reactor

Feature story | March 13, 2011 at 7:27

Reacting to reports that radioactive materials have been released from the Japanese Fukushima power plant, and that increased levels of radiation have been detected in the area, Greenpeace Africa has reiterated the need for the authorities to...

Another Rough Day in Japan

Blog entry by Andrew Davies | March 14, 2011

These past days have been hard for everyone in Japan, and the drama continued through these last 24 hours. The explosion at a second stricken reactor, Fukushima 1 (unit 3), was not entirely a surprise. Officials had warned of the...

Fukushima update: Not yet in the clear

Blog entry by Andrew Davies | March 18, 2011

Overall, with possible exception of spent fuel pool of reactor #3, the status of all facilities is very similar to yesterday, which is a bad thing. Major uncertainty relates to amount of radiation already being released to air and...

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