Monthly Archives: October 2021

長谷川健一さん死去 「原発事故被害者団体連絡会」共同代表 via 東京新聞

 長谷川健一さん(はせがわ・けんいち=「原発事故被害者団体連絡会」共同代表)22日、甲状腺がんのため死去、68歳。通夜は26日午後6時、葬儀は27日午前11時から、福島県川俣町鶴沢鶴東24のJAホールかわまたで。喪主は長男義宗(よしむね)さん。 2011年3月の東京電力福島第一原発事故で、酪農を営んでいた福島県飯舘村から避難を強いられた。被災者団体の全国組織、原発事故被害者団体連絡会(ひだんれん)の共同代表、飯舘村民の約半数が裁判外紛争解決手続き(ADR)で慰謝料増額などを求めた申立団の団長を務めた。 原文

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Woolsey Fire SPECIAL: Radioactive Particles Released into LA Neighborhoods from Santa Susana Field Lab – Peer-Reviewed Study by Dr. Marco Kaltofen, Arnie Gundersen, Maggie Gundersen – NH #539

Listen Here: Audio Player00:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Podcast: Download This Week’s SPECIAL Interview: Woolsey Fire radioactive releases revealed:  In 2018, the massive Woolsey Fire started at the Santa Susana Field Lab – a nuclear radiation- and rocket fuel-contaminated former … Continue reading

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Things fall apart via The Ecologist

Paul Dorfman The UK nuclear military complex is on the front-line of climate breakdown – and not in a good way. […] Because all UK nuclear military installations began operation well before global heating was considered in design or construction, near-term climate change … Continue reading

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Do France’s plans for small nuclear reactors have hidden agenda? via DW

Although France plans to invest in small modular nuclear reactors, experts doubt that this is ecologically and economically sensible. Yet it may be more about geopolitical strategy than energy. In the wake of the disaster at nuclear power plant Fukushima … Continue reading

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Japanese children of A-bomb survivors worry for health, want exposure certification: survey via The Mainichi

TOKYO — A nationwide survey of the children of Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic bomb survivors by the Japan Confederation of A- and H-Bomb Sufferers Organizations has found that 60.3% “have anxieties and worries as second-generation survivors.” In addition to many … Continue reading

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Mr Itakura Masao who returned to live in Tomioka Town, Fukushima Prefecture via FoE Japan

“If you haven’t seen Fukushima, you can’t possibly imagine this reality.” The evacuation orders for the town of Tomioka in Fukushima Prefecture were lifted in 2017. Mr Itakura’s home is about six kilometres from the TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power … Continue reading

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福島ミエルカプロジェクト:福島県富岡町に帰還した板倉正雄さん via FoE Japan

「福島を見ていない人はこの現実を想定できないでしょう」 2017年に避難解除された福島県富岡町。東電福島第一原発からおよそ6kmのところに板倉さんの家があります。富岡町に帰還した板倉さんを福島県三春町に住む武藤類子さんと訪ねました。 放射線量が未だに高いことから、孫や子どもたちを呼ぶことはないと言います。利用できるお店やサービスが限られているため、90歳を超えても今なお車を運転しなければ生活ができないなど、旧避難指示区域の富岡町の様子を語ってくださいました。ぜひ、板倉さんのお話をおききください。 ▼他の方のインタビューやDVD販売もございます。… ▼見える化プロジェクトの再生リストはこちら…

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Spain on track to complete nuclear power phase-out by 2035 via Power Technology

By GlobalDataTechnology GlobalData’s latest report, “Spain Power Market Outlook to 2030, Update 2021 – Market Trends, Regulations, and Competitive Landscape,” discusses the power market structure of Spain and provides historical and forecast numbers for capacity, generation, and consumption up to … Continue reading

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When the sky fell to earth via Republik

By Joshua Wheeler (Text) and Reto Sterchi (Photos), 16.10.2021 Hundreds of twinkling lights, five hundred brown paper sacks with candles in them, luminarias around the mound and spilling out into the base paths and a family of three with singing bowls on … Continue reading

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Sister Megan Rice, Fierce Critic of U.S. Nuclear Arsenal, Dies at 91 via New York Times

Sister Megan Rice, a Roman Catholic nun who was arrested more than 40 times for protesting America’s military industrial complex, most spectacularly for breaking into one of the world’s largest uranium storage sites, died on Oct. 10 at the residence … Continue reading

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