Six Japanese women offer brutally honest views on the state of the clean-up, the cover-ups and untruths since the nuclear accident in Fukushima, and how it has affected their lives, homes and families. Over a year since three reactors went into meltdown at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant, a broad, disparate anti-nuclear movement is
This HRA is based on preliminary dose estimates and is intended to give an indication of the radiation-related health implications of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear accident. Such information can support the identification of needs and priorities for public health actions. The target audience includes policy makers and health professionals as well as relevant international organizations.
The disaster at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in March 2011 proves again that industry profits and people pay. Almost two years after the release of massive amounts of radiation from the Fukushima nuclear disaster, hundreds of thousands of people are still exposed to the long-term radioactive contamination caused by the accident. The daily
During a trip to Ishinomaki in November 2011 ; Paul, Ivan and Jeffrey interviewed a number of survivors and let them tell us about how the recovery is going. Born in Sydney, Australia, Paul has worked in both TV/Film production and music production since 1999. After a brief period in Norway, Paul moved to Tokyo