Activists around the global say no to another Fukushima

Greenpeace activists in 19 countries took action to remind their governments that the next Fukushima disaster will be their fault. The nuclear disaster at Fukushima has shown us once again that nuclear reactors are fundamentally unsafe. That's why Greenpeace activists staged flash mobs, hung banners on prominent buildings, held events in public squares and at busy intersections and delivered messages to governments.

Indonesia. Greenpeace activists don radiation suits and parade through some of Jakarta's most crowded locations to highlight the inherent dangers of nuclear energy, before assembling in front of Indonesia's Ministry of Research and Technology. During the Global Day of action to commemorate the first anniversary of the Fukushima nuclear disaster. Greenpeace is urging the Indonesian government to drop their plans for nuclear energy and instead concentrate on enabling the rapid uptake of this region's abundant clean, safe, renewable energy resources. Greenpeace is calling on the ASEAN to divert from the nuclear path it laid down in the Treaty of Bangkok and repeal the nuclear development provision in the ASEAN Energy Cooperation Plan for 2010-2015. It is also calling on the Japanese government to not restart any nuclear plants, and for a global phase out of inherently dangerous nuclear reactors. 03/05/2012

© Melvinas Priananda / Greenpeace

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Indonesia. Greenpeace activists don radiation suits and parade through some of Jakarta's most crowded locations to highlight the inherent dangers of nuclear energy, before assembling in front of Indonesia's Ministry of Research and Technology. During the Global Day of action to commemorate the first anniversary of the Fukushima nuclear disaster. Greenpeace is urging the Indonesian government to drop their plans for nuclear energy and instead concentrate on enabling the rapid uptake of this region's abundant clean, safe, renewable energy resources. Greenpeace is calling on the ASEAN to divert from the nuclear path it laid down in the Treaty of Bangkok and repeal the nuclear development provision in the ASEAN Energy Cooperation Plan for 2010-2015. It is also calling on the Japanese government to not restart any nuclear plants, and for a global phase out of inherently dangerous nuclear reactors.03/05/2012

© Melvinas Priananda / Greenpeace