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Greenpeace co-founder, ex-director calls nuclear safest energy via NewsNation

Sean Noone (NewsNation) — A former director and founding member of the environmental organization Greenpeace says he disagrees with the group’s stance on nuclear energy. “Nuclear energy is the safest of all the electricity technologies we have,” Dr. Patrick Moore … Continue reading

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Greenpeace raises alarm over Flamanville nuclear plant document dump via TRT World

Greenpeace France says it has received thousands of pages of detailed plans of the site, the location of security cameras and descriptions of electronic surveillance, questioning whether the documents are circulating in public. Greenpeace France has said that it has … Continue reading

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Fukushima reactor water could damage human DNA if released, says Greenpeace via The Guardian

Contaminated water that will reportedly be released into the sea from the wrecked Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant contains a radioactive substance that has the potential to damage human DNA, a Greenpeace investigation has said. The environmental group claims the 1.23m tonnes … Continue reading

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Japanese Government has failed to decontaminate Fukushima: Greenpeace via Arirang News

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Radioactivity on the move 2020: Recontamination and weather-related effects in Fukushima via Greenpeace International

Tokyo, Japan – Greenpeace Japan’s latest extensive radiation survey has found evidence of recontamination caused by 2019’s Typhoon 19 (Hagibis) and Typhoon 21 (Bualoi), which released radioactive caesium from the forested mountains of Fukushima Prefecture.  The survey, which was conducted over three … Continue reading

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An Opportunity for Japan to Change People’s Perception via APA-JapanFocus

By Alexis Dudden […] The upcoming 2020 “Recovery Olympics” is not about rebranding Japan. Instead, it is about rebranding unstable radioactive elements from everyone’s enemy into something Japanese authorities hope that a “smile” makes less treacherous. These upcoming Olympics distract from the … Continue reading

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Tokyo 2020 Roundup: HBO Report Raises Fukushima Health Concerns via ATR

[…] The Real Sports program on HBO sent correspondent David Scott to Fukushima in December. He reports that thousands of nuclear refugees have returned to the disaster zone after being assured by the Japanese government that radiation levels are safe. Kazunori … Continue reading

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South Korea concerned over food safety at Olympics with events slated for Fukushima via The Guardian

South Korea is considering making its own arrangements to feed its athletes at next year’s Tokyo Olympics, citing concerns over the safety of food from Fukushima, media reports said. In addition, South Korean sports authorities have requested that international groups be … Continue reading

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Reflections in Fukushima: The Fukushima Daiichi Accident Seven Years On via Greenpeace

Seven years after the start of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster and one year after the Japanese government lifted evacuation orders in areas of Namie and Iitate, radiation levels remain too high for the safe return of thousands of Japanese … Continue reading

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Radiation levels in Fukushima zones higher in 2017 than 2016, and still above government target despite cleanup: Greenpeace Japan via Nuclear-News

Look how the Japanese media are routinely censoring the news about the Fukushima situation. In the first article  about the Greenpeace recent report, a short article published in Australia, are clearly stated: 1. Fukushima still has radiation 100 times higher … Continue reading

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