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For Tepco’s new president the town of Futaba does not belong to the No-Go Zone

The new president of Tepco, Tomoaki Kobayakawa, did not even know that the city of Futaba is still part of the evacuated No-Go Zone, a forbidden zone to enter, except for a part of the town for short time visits only during the day. 27 mots de plus

Japan

For Tepco’s new president the town of Futaba does not belong to the No-Go Zone

The new president of Tepco, Tomoaki Kobayakawa, did not even know that the city of Futaba is still part of the evacuated No-Go Zone, a forbidden zone to enter, except for a part of the town for short time visits only during the day. 27 mots de plus

Fukushima 2017

Council must clearly communicate reliable information on radiation

First of all, the 20 millisieverts standard per year is the international standard for nuclear workers inside nuclear power plants. In comparison the international standard for civilians is 1 millisievert per year. 720 mots de plus

Japan

Council must clearly communicate reliable information on radiation

First of all, the standard of 20 millisieverts per year is the international standard for nuclear workers inside nuclear power plants. In comparison the international standard for civilians is 1 millisievert per year. 720 mots de plus

Radiation

Dying Navy Sailors Sue for $1 Billion Over Radiation From Fukushima

By RT

A federal appeals court has ruled that members of the US Navy can now, in a US court, pursue their lawsuit which alleges that they were exposed to radiation while providing aid after the nuclear crisis in Fukushima, Japan. 331 mots de plus

Corruption

H2N Review: Half Life in Fukushima

The title of Mark Olexa and Francesca Scalisi’s documentary, Half-Life in Fukushima, is a pun, of sorts. Half-life is the time it takes for the radioactivity of an isotope to decrease to half its original value. 235 mots de plus

Filmpinions

ANTINUKE

June has come to Japan. The cherry blossoms have long since disappeared making way for flowers and weeds. The fields that were once barren are flooded and filled with amateur rice plants and everywhere you look you can see people walking around with rubber boots and umbrellas. 580 mots de plus

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