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Green Party Statement On Second Anniversary Of Fukushima Nuclear Disaster

Distributed by the Green Party of the United States, http://gp.org/press/pr-national.php?ID=596, March 11, 2013

GREEN PARTY OF FLORIDA
http://www.gpfl.org

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

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Remember Fukushima: Sayonara Nukes

OTTAWA, Green Party of Canada – 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.

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11.03.2011 - Remember FUKUSHIMA

By: The Greens | Free European Alliance, Stop Climate Change

Three years have gone since the accident at the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant on 11th March 2011. Yet, the problems are very far from been solved and the neighborhoods are still bearing the scars of the earthquake and tsunami.

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UNDERSTOREY: STAY OR GO?

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UNDERSTOREY: GEIGER COUNTING ON A FUTURE

Australian uranium contaminates Fukushima.  It was not  a natural disaster, but entirely “man-made,” according to an official investigation, damage caused by  “a multitude of errors and wilful negligence that left the Fukushima plant unprepared.”  Worse was to come: “serious deficiencies in the response to the accidents by TEPCO, regulators and the government.”

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The Fukushima Understory - The Aftershocks Keep Coming

Australian uranium contaminates Fukushima.  In this special series, "Beyond Nuclear War and Radioactive Peace," Understorey travels to Fukushima, Hiroshima and Nagasaki.  In this first episode, we ask: what’s it like to be close to a nuclear reactor that’s about to explode?   Why did the Japanese parliament say the Fukushima nuclear disaster was “man-made”?

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Australia Election Understorey

Wednesday 4th September / posted by Elizabeth PO’ Adrian Glamorgan

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The New Nuclear Craze

Some studies show that renewables can generate 80 percent of our electricity in 2050, using current technologies, while reducing carbon emissions from the electric sector by 80 percent. Climate change fears should be driving not old and disproven technologies but renewable ones, which are more practical. These technologies remain relatively small — non-hydro renewables were around 5 percent of the total last year — but they’re growing so fast (wind and solar use have quadrupled in the last five years) that just this week the chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission predicted that solar power could soon begin to double every two years. Utilities are afraid that solar power will be to the electrical grid what PCs were to mainframes, or e-mail to the Postal Service: a technology that will simply kill its predecessors. Coal and nuclear power are both doomed, and the profit-making power grid with it. That’s all to our benefit.
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