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Greens Japan Fukushima 2 Year Anniversary Statement

2nd year anniversary of Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant incident, Steering Committee of Greens Japan, 2013/03/11

We call on the world for the immediate phase-out of nuclear power!

It has been 2 years since huge earthquake and Tsunami hit Japan and subsequent serious incident of Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant occurred. We, as Japanese, want to share with the people all over the world the will that we must not repeat the same mistake ever again.

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Green Party Korea Fukushima Anniversary Statement

10 achievements of South Korean anti-nuclear movement after Fukushima disaster

After Fukushima disaster, human being became confident that 'nuclear energy' must not be an option we choose. Since the disaster, there have been very strong and various anti-nuclear activities in Korean civil society. On the 2nd anniversary of Fukushima, We, Green Party of Korea lists 10 main achievements of those activities accomplished during the past 2 years as follows.

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Mongolian Green Party's Fukushima Anniversary Statement

Mongolian Green Party's Fukushima Anniversary Statement

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Uranium sales to India a disaster in the making

Australian Greens spokesperson for nuclear policy Senator for Western Australia Scott Ludlam. 21 January 2013.

 The Federal Government’s decision to pursue uranium sales to India is a disaster in the making, the Australian Greens said today.  Greens spokesperson for nuclear policy Senator Scott Ludlam said the Labor Party has proven it cannot be trusted on the environment.

“We will be working with the anti-nuclear movement in India – which has faced brutal repression in recent times – to ensure this does not go ahead.

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Anti-nuclear campaigners launch Japan's first green party

Greens Japan promises voters to put environment first and abolish nuclear power plants
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Anti-nuke protests offer an opportunity to move democracy forward

A myriad of lights cast a soft glow around the Diet building as dusk fell on July 29.

Thousands of anti-nuclear protesters formed a human chain around most of the Tokyo landmark in the latest of a continuing series of demonstrations against the reopening of nuclear power plants following the Fukushima nuclear disaster.

The "Encircle the Diet" rally was organized by a coalition of citizen groups.

Participants demanding the phaseout of nuclear power generation in Japan chanted slogans against the restart of idled nuclear reactors, holding candles and flashlights.

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Un avenir politique incertain pour le nouveau parti Vert japonais

C'est une nouveauté dans le paysage politique japonais, férocement bipartite : ce samedi a été créé "Greens Japan" (Verts Japon), un parti écologiste.
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Over 100,000 Protest Nuclear Restart in Tokyo

On hottest day of the year, protesters call for Prime Minister Noda to quit.  Article from Common Dreams

Over 100,000 protesters took to the streets in central Tokyo on Monday to protest the country's return to nuclear power. The demonstration was one of the largest of its kind since Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda announced that the country would restart its nuclear reactors last month.

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