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Three years on from Fukushima: the Green Party joins British and Japanese campaigners to oppose nuclear power

14 March 2014

THE Green Party of England and Wales will join British and Japanese anti-nuclear campaigners tomorrow to commemorate the third anniversary of the Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan. Full details below.

The demonstration, organised by CND, Kick Nuclear and Jan UK, will coincide with events taking place around the world to highlight the legacy of the meltdown at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant and to call for an end to nuclear power.

Natalie Bennett, Green Party leader, said:


Remember Fukushima: Sayonara Nukes

OTTAWA – Protesters in Tokyo have been demanding that the doomed nuclear reactors in Fukushima remain shut down in anticipation of today’s third anniversary of the disaster.  Carrying placards saying “Sayonara nukes,” they express a sentiment held by Greens around the world.


Green Party Statement On Second Anniversary Of Fukushima Nuclear Disaster

Distributed by the Green Party of the United States,, March 11, 2013


Steve Showen (305) 712-2738
Michael Canney (352) 213-8885


Three Years After: The Status of Fukushima and the World Nuclear Industry

By Mycle Schneider [1] Commissioned by Rebecca Harms, President of the Greens/EFA group in the European Parliament, 




Solar Homes Policy for New Zealanders

The Green Party of Aotearoa New Zealand has today launched a new policy to deliver cleaner, cheaper power to New Zealanders.

“People are paying too much for their power. The Greens are committed to fixing this. What we’re announcing today will help free Kiwis from the worry and stress of rising electricity prices,” said Green Party Co-leader Dr Russel Norman.


Russel Norman's Campaign Conference Speech 2014: Going Solar

The Green Party plans to make New Zealand 100 percent renewable in electricity by 2030 - setting us free forever from dirty energy and the huge risks this poses to a stable climate. New Zealand can show the world how to produce 100 percent pure electricity.

New Zealand's oil obsession runs out of gas

The rapid decline in oil production and exports under the current government confirms that National's oil drilling obsession has been an economic and environmental failure, Green Party Co-leader Dr Russel Norman said today.

Oil production in New Zealand has fallen by 40% and oil export revenue by 47% under the current government, which is paying $45 million a year in subsidies to the fossil fuel industry.





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