Greenpeace brought six witnesses from India, Korea, Poland, Germany, and France to meet the five victims in the Fukushima area in mid-February.
The witnesses learned about the victim's experiences before and after the Fukushima disaster, their efforts to rebuild their lives and the hardships of first having to evacuate because of high levels of radiation and then because of the lack of fair support provided by the government.
Bags of contaminated soil and grass material, resulting from decontamination efforts, are left near Hiroshi Kanno's original house in Iitate village.
© Noriko Hayashi / Greenpeace
Greenpeace New Zealand activists shut down the heart of cat food giant Whiskas’ Australasian operations, after Mars confirmed to the organisation that it sources tuna from Thai Union, a seafood company that has been connected to slavery and...
Big THANKS to: Lil BUB, Nala, Spangles, Princess Monster Truck, Captain Pancakes, Hamilton the Hipster Cat, Pork chop, Beans and TT Pistachio, Matilda the Alien Cat, Loki the Kitteh, Cole and Marmalade, Winston Smushface, Monty the Cat, Oskar and...
Turkish women discuss how coal plants have affected their lives, and the action they've taken to protect their land and families.
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