Energy Shift Parade in Tokyo

Photo | 4 October, 2011

Greenpeace Japan activists and volunteers join the public on the 'Energy Revolution' parade through the streets of downtown Tokyo to mark the 6 month anniversary of the Tohoku earthquake, resulting tsunami and the nuclear disaster at Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant. According to a new Greenpeace report. Released today (Monday Sept 12th 2011): Japan can switch off all nuclear plants permanently by 2012 and still achieve both economic recovery and its CO2 reduction goals, the Advanced Energy [R]evolution report for Japan, shows how energy efficiency and rapid deployment of renewable technology can provide all the power Japan needs. 09/11/2011

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