Fukushima: don't forget

Fukushima nuclear disaster

The Fukushima nuclear disaster showed us once again that nuclear reactors are fundamentally dangerous. Not only do they cause significant damage to the environment, the health of populations and to national economies, the heavy financial cost of a meltdown is inevitably borne by the public, not by the companies that designed, built, and operated the plants. None of the world’s 436 nuclear reactors are immune to human errors, natural disasters, or any of the many other serious incidents that could cause a disaster. Millions of people who live near nuclear reactors are at risk.

The lives of hundreds of thousands of people continue to be affected by the Fukushima nuclear disaster, especially the 160,000 who fled their homes because of radioactive contamination, and continue to live in limbo without fair, just, and timely compensation. They have only a false hope of returning home, yet the Japanese government is eagerly pushing to restart reactors, against the will of its people, and without learning true lessons from Fukushima.

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Fukushima - Latest update and where to get more information

Blog entry by Andrew Davies | 15 March, 2011 6 comments

Below is an update of the latest developments in the Japanese reactors. The crisis-situation continues, but the information coming out after this morning is limited. We've also created a Fukushima briefing page to answer some of...

Another rough day in Japan

Blog entry by Andrew - Greenpeace | 14 March, 2011 10 comments

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...

Greenpeace Response to Growing Troubles at Fukushima Nuclear Reactors

Press release | 13 March, 2011 at 15:04

Tokyo, 13 March, 2011 – Reacting to ongoing reports of cooling problems and the continuing release of radioactive materials from the Fukushima I/Daiichi and Fukushima II/Diani Plants, Jan Beranek, Head of Greenpeace International’s Nuclear...

Serious concerns remain for safety in Fukushima

Blog entry by Andrew - Greenpeace | 13 March, 2011 11 comments

We remain extremely concerned for the safety of workers at and the community surrounding damaged nuclear plants in Fukushima, Japan. Here's what we know abut the situation at the two most affected plants: Fukushima I (Daiichi) ...

Fukushima nuclear disaster updates - 11 March 2011

Blog entry by Andrew - Greenpeace | 12 March, 2011 5 comments

NOTE: Latest updates and background can be found on our main Fukushima nuclear disaster page . Update 22:20 GMT - Having suffered the devastation of the tsunami and natures wrath the residents of Fukishima have spent today...

Thinking of friends in Japan

Blog entry by Dave Walsh | 11 March, 2011 24 comments

I’ve just gotten off Skype from Junichi, the executive director of Greenpeace Japan. The staff of Greenpeace Japan are safe, and are camping overnight in the office – they’re fully prepared with sleeping bags and emergency food.

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