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No Fukushima Radiation Found Off The West Coast
The Animals Of Chernobyl Have Reclaimed Their Homeland, At A Price
U.S. Armed Forces Sickened After Fukushima Meltdown Get Help From Online Fundraising
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Cancer Risk In Fukushima Area Estimated
Amanda L. Chan
New Highly Radioactive Leak At Fukushima Plant
Institutionalized Insanity and Humanity's Existential Crisis
Author; Humorist; Workshop Leader
What if all of Humanity today called forth our current resources in a massive campaign to create renewable, nonpolluting energy so abundant that no armies are needed to defend it?
Fukushima Teaches Only Safe Nuclear Power Is None At All: Advocates
Radiation Levels Near Fukushima Hit 2 Year High
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ANOTHER Leak At Crippled Fukushima Plant
Emeritus Professor of Sociology, Yale University
Recent disclosures of tons of radioactive water from the damaged Fukushima reactors spilling into the ocean are just the latest evidence of the continuing incompetence of the Japanese utility, TEPCO.
U.S. Adviser To Fukushima Urges Swift Action From Japan
Fukushima Evacuation Has Killed More Than Earthquake And Tsunami, Survey Says
Tokyo 2020: The Whole World Is (Really) Watching Now
Writer, Professor, Speaker
Tokyo may be celebrating, but there is a deeply concerning global angst about a city hosting the Olympic games about 220 kilometers (137 miles) from the site of one of the worst nuclear disasters in history.
Hawaii Scientists Seek To Calm U.S. Fears About Fukushima Radiation
2,000 Fukushima Workers At Risk Of Thyroid Cancer
Situation In Fukishima Takes Turn For The Worst
Matsumura Naoto Has Highest Radiation Level In Japan But Is Not Planning On Leaving
My Old Country Home
Though they are alive and well, the nuclear refugees of Fukushima face a long, slow, surreal struggle that seems to have only just begun two years after they walked away from their homes and livelihoods.
SHOCK: Radiation Found In California Fish
A Lasting Legacy of the Fukushima Rescue Mission: The Navy Life -- Into the Abyss
To the U.S. government, Operation Tomodachi was just another big humanitarian aid and rescue mission in which the nearest Navy fleet and many land-based personnel rushed to the aid of an ally in need.
Eating Tuna: What's in Your Roll? What's in Your Can?
Author and host, 'Saving the Ocean' on PBS
We all want to just eat and not worry too much about it. That's hard if you're confused about GMOs, mercury, other toxic chemicals, antibiotics, and radioactivity.
Fear and Uncertainty for Fukushima
Researcher, Human Rights Watch
Despite the government's assurance that all areas outside the mandatory 20-kilometer evacuation zone are safe, he found elevated levels of radiation in his own backyard -- and in his house.
A Look Back: Radiation Concerns In The U.S. After Fukushima
Containing Fukushima: Saving Japan From Itself (Part II)
Student of Japan working in the public sector
What is most needed for Japan to get out of its current intellectual slump and to restore vitality are government and corporate sectors that espouse transparency and accountability consistently and over time.
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