Month in Pictures, February

Greenpeace activists dressed as giant eyes protest outside the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI), in Tokyo. Holding placards that say "Have you forgotten the public is watching" and "Don't rush restarts, We are watching". The Japanese Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency (NISA) is currently holding public meetings to review "stress tests" conducted on Japan's nuclear plants, of which only three of 54 are currently online. However, it has been criticised for rushing the process, not listening to critical opinion of the reactor restart process, and for members of its review committee accepting money from the nuclear industry. 02/08/2012

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