Remember Fukushima parliamentary public meeting 14 March 2018: videos

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1. Kate Hudson, CND General Secretary:

“Campaigning against Nuclear Power Internationally in the Light of Fukushima” (14m 50s).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AwBzfo40BTM

2. Rika Hirose Haga, PhD scholar, School of Geography and Sustainable Development, University of St Andrews, Scotland:

“Beyond Fukushima – Pragmatism or Blind Allegiance?” (18m 23s).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=74qPGOA9IRw

3. Dr Ian Fairlie, independent consultant on radioactivity in the environment: 

“Evacuations after Severe Nuclear Accidents?” (31m 16s).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WT6_8GUpZAM

4. Professor Andy Stirling, Professor of Science and Technology Policy, University of Sussex:

“Unusual obstacles to acknowledging obsolescence around nuclear power.” (11m 41s).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BUxPwzkESl4

5. Professor Steve Thomas University of Greenwich Business School, working in the area of energy policy:

“Is Wylfa the new model for UK nuclear projects?” (17m 30s).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nVmo5WnpXxQ

6. Amelia Womack, Green Party Deputy Leader:

“Nuclear power and politics” (16m 04s).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n54aY0NzLV4

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Remember Fukushima parliamentary public meeting 14 March 2018: videos

It’s 2018 and Fukushima is Not Safe: The Japanese Govt is Lying to the World | DiaNuke.org

It’s 2018 and Fukushima is Not Safe: The Japanese Govt is Lying to the World | DiaNuke.org
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The woman who paints insects

Beyond Nuclear International

Swiss artist, Cornelia Hesse-Honegger, finds and draws bugs deformed by Chernobyl and other nuclear accidents and exposures

By Claus-Peter Lieckfeld

We speak of “dumb creatures” because animal utterances are largely incomprehensible to the human ear. But animals can show us things. And if you know how to look, they might even give you warning signals. Bugs, for example, give warnings where human perception fails. But to understand those warnings, you have to learn how to read their signals.

You can find the insect drawings of the Swiss artist and scientific illustrator, Cornelia Hesse-Honegger, in museums and galleries all over the world. Most of them reflect (and praise) the breathtaking beauty of the insect realm. But their beauty can be deceptive.

Cornelia bugs 1In 1987, one year after the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, Hesse-Honegger came across deformed leaf bugs in areas of Sweden that had been hit hard by fallout from Ukraine. She sensed…

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The little piggies that won’t go to market

Beyond Nuclear International

Wild boars remain too radioactive to eat, 32 years after Chernobyl

By Linda Pentz Gunter

Wild board in Europe, parts of the former Soviet Union and Japan are too radioactive to be safe for human consumption. That sounds like good news for the boars. But only partly so.

The boars are radioactively contaminated due to fallout from the April 26, 1986 Chernobyl, Ukraine nuclear power plant explosion. They were vulnerable because they love mushrooms and truffles. These fungi absorbed the cesium-137 fallout released by the Chernobyl nuclear explosion.

Because they lack stems and roots, mushrooms and other fungi use absorption to obtain nutrition from the atmosphere through their surface cells. As a result, they are prone to absorbing radioactive substances such as cesium-137 and other radionuclides.

When the boars eat the mushrooms and truffles, that radioactive contamination moves up the food chain. The mushrooms are also too radioactive for human…

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Japan ‘covering up’ Fukushima nuclear danger-zone radiation levels and blackmailing evacuees to return to radiated areas swarming with radioactive pigs and monkeys

Japan ‘covering up’ Fukushima nuclear danger-zone radiation levels and blackmailing evacuees to return to radiated areas swarming with radioactive pigs and monkeys

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Japan ‘covering up’ Fukushima nuclear danger-zone radiation levels and blackmailing evacuees to return to radiated areas swarming with radioactive pigs and monkeys