Magazine / March 2012

Messages of hope from the world

Greenpeace activists climb Mount Fuji.

Greenpeace activists climb Mount Fuji.

© Christian Åslund / Greenpeace

As the one year anniversary of the Fukushima approaches, citizens from around the world have been sending in their messages. We take these messages to the summit of Fuji, while cities like Hong Kong tell their government to end nuclear energy.

Photo Gallery Summit of Mount Fuji

From the summit of Mount Fuji

Flags on Mt Fuji

A multinational Greenpeace alpine team delivers messages of support and hope for the victims of the nuclear disaster to the summit of Mt Fuji. Collected from thousands of people in Japan and all over the world, the environmental organisation hopes that the messages will help unite the people of Japan in opposition to nuclear power, and encourage the Japanese authorities to listen to them. The climbing team is comprised of eleven alpinists from Canada, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Sweden, Switzerland and the USA scaled the mountain.


From Lake Kawaguchiko

Lake Kawaguchiko action

A group of Greenpeace activists deploy a huge message beside Lake Kawaguchiko, in the shadow of Mt Fuji, reading 'No Nuclear' and 'Nuclear Free Tomorrow'.