Seven Years of Fukushima

Laurence Hugues

In denial of Fukushima, France is peddling nuclear exports to India: Laurence Hugues

Seven Years of Fukushima March 18, 2018 at 4:31 am 0 comments

The State has been in constant denial of the dangers of nuclear energy. Let’s remember that after Tchernobyl, the official statement said that the irradiated cloud stopped at the French border! It’s shameful to see how in such a rationalistic country, the State commitment to nuclear can defy even scientific evidence! Nuclear power is also very costly in terms of public money

Hideyuki Ban

It took an accident for people to listen to what we have been saying: Hideyuki Ban on 7 years of Fukushima and CNIC

Seven Years of Fukushima March 17, 2018 at 4:30 am 0 comments

CNIC’s role that provides accurate information and convinces people that nuclear
power is dangerous and should be abandoned is more important after the Fukushima disaster and we are devoting our energy to fulfilling this role. After the accident, CNIC has continued to provide information about Fukushima, the current situation, health effects and the other things related to the accident.

Fakir Mahammad Solkar

Our anti-nuclear agitation in Jaitapur has been resilient in the face of brutal violence and state repression: Fakir Solkar

Seven Years of Fukushima March 17, 2018 at 4:10 am 0 comments

The people of Jaitapur were horrified when they heard of the Fukushima accident in Japan, and the immediate worry in all our minds was, ‘what would happen if an accident of the scale of Fukushima were to occur in Jaitapur?’ People across various villages diligently followed all updates on the accident in the electronic and print media and began to meet and discuss these concerns more regularly.

Jacinta Hin

‘As a Foreigner, Japan Felt Surreal After Fukushima Accident. Through Anti-Nuke Protests, People Have Discovered What Democracy Means’

Seven Years of Fukushima March 16, 2018 at 8:49 pm 0 comments

Jacinta Hin was born in The Netherland and has lived in Japan since 1989. She was in Tokyo on March 11, 2011. She works in human resources and coaching, and is passionate about supporting people through change and transition. She is the co-founder of Beautiful Energy, a movement born in the wake of the events of 3/11/11, standing for a nuke-free world thriving on renewable energy through the weekly lighting of candles.