Евгения Старцева

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Is Our Understanding of Fukushima Backwards?

The meltdowns at three nuclear plants at Fukushima, Japan almost three years ago were an economic disaster, but were these plants inherently unsafe? …

Nuclear Energy

Kyoto tower

Pro-nuclear candidate elected Tokyo governor

via <b>Al Jazeera</b> / February 9, 2014 / Yoichi Masuzoe (pictured), a former health minister backed by Japan’s ruling party, has been elected as the new …

Human Rights

Many foreigners in Fukushima fled after crisis, news reporting questioned

A nonprofit group’s interviews with foreign nationals who were living in Fukushima Prefecture at the time the nuclear catastrophe started in March …

Fukushima is Not Getting The Press That It Should!

Over the last three years, the destroyed nuclear power plant in Japan has been dumping hundred’s of thousands of gallons of contaminated of water …

Climatologist: Nuclear Power Only Way To Curb Climate Disruption

Addressing the American Geophysical Union, James Hansen urges fellow scientists to study, share facts on nuclear energy<p>Polluters must pay for their carbon dioxide emissions, and nuclear energy must expand, says climatologist James Hansen, who retired this year from the NASA Goddard Institute for …

Fukushima: Why It Matters and Why We Don’t Need to Panic

by Jacob Devaney / via <b>Huffington Post</b> / January 31, 2014 / Panic is rarely ever a good idea because it closes down the brain with fear, can cripple …

Nuclear Energy

Officials: Tons of Fukushima radioactive waste in area beyond Tokyo, 150 miles from reactors — Higher strontium levels there than spot 1 mile from Daiichi plant — “Southern wind directions and rainfall explain relatively high activity levels”

Published: February 1st, 2014 at 3:03 pm ET<br>By ENENews<p>101 comments<p>Asahi Shimbun, Feb. 1, 2014: <i>Sludge designated radioactive waste for 1st time in</i> …

Nuclear Energy

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Search continues for American missing for weeks in Slovenia<p>Heat wave across Europe<p>Investigators hope to find answers in Mexico plane crash<p>People …

Just say no to nuclear power – from Fukushima to Vermont | Amy Goodman

Fukushima showed us the intolerable costs of nuclear power. The citizens of Vermont show us the benefits of shutting it down

Growing nuclear industry becomes a global power - Russia Beyond

Rosatom, the Russian state nuclear corporation, has concluded a record number of transactions this year for the construction of nuclear power plants. Rosatom will build the first nuclear power plants in Bangladesh and Jordan, expand its presence in China and India with the help of new power units, …

Fukushima residents may never go home, say Japanese officials

Japanese officials have admitted for the first time that thousands of people evacuated from areas near the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant may never be able to return home.<p>A report by members of the governing Liberal Democratic party [LDP] and its junior coalition partner urges the government …

We're Sorry. That page is not currently found - Dr. Leonard Coldwell.com

THE WAR ON AMERICA<p>The LGBT mafia is absolutely irate over the fact that Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey decided to eat chicken from a fast food joint whose …

Fukushima Meltdowns: A Global Conspiracy of Denial | Global Research - Centre for Research on Globalization

<i>Does anyone in authority anywhere tell the truth about Fukushima?</i><p><i>If there is any government or non-government authority in the world that is</i> …

Fukushima Radiation Hitting West Coast of North America: “No One Is Measuring So Therefore We Should Be Alarmed” | Global Research - Centre for Research on Globalization

Numerous models show that – while the ocean dilutes radiation – pockets and streams of concentrated radiation may still hit the West Coast of North …

Fukushima: Who To Believe? Follow the Money

<i>by Gary Stamper, Jan. 26. 2014</i><p>There is so much contradictory information about Fukushima and its potential impact on the North American West Coast …

Fukushima

Fukushima two years on: a dirty job with no end in sight

Carefully, gently, one-by-one. The removal of nuclear fuel rod assemblies from a badly damaged building at the Fukushima Daiichi power plant is finally under way. Months in the planning, the job is risky, complex, and crucial. Here begins the first major step in the toughest decommissioning project …

Homeless People Are Being Recruited to Help with the Fukushima Cleanup

This article is from the archive of our partner .<p>The operation to clean up the nuclear mess spread by the Fukushima reactor meltdown has been plagued …

Fukushima ghost towns struggle to recover amid high radiation levels

Nearly three years after a major earthquake, tsunami and nuclear radiation leak devastated coastal and inland areas of Japan's Fukushima prefecture, 175 miles north-east of Tokyo, Namie has become a silent town of ghosts and absent lives.<p>Namie's 21,000 residents remain evacuated because of …