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311二週年 亞太綠黨聯合宣言:不要再有下一個福島

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「No more Fukushima!」「No more Orchid Island!」福島核災在今日屆滿兩週年,包括全台22萬人上街遊行,全球各地都在上週末串連反核的各項行動。亞太各國的綠黨聯合發出聲明「後福島:邁向綠色經濟之路」,指出對抗核能,應從經濟和生活轉型到綠色永續之路。其中日本、蒙古代表運用網路,與台灣、蘭嶼代表跨國連線召開記者會,疾呼不要下一個福島,也不要下一個蘭嶼。




Anti-nuclear campaigners launch Japan's first green party

Greens Japan promises voters to put environment first and abolish nuclear power plants

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.


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.

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.


China factory construction halted amid violent protests

People in China have been increasingly vocal about issues that affect their health and environment, says the BBC's Martin Patience, in Beijing. Previous high-profile incidents last year included the forced closure of a chemical plant in Dalian city after a mass protest over pollution. Protests against a solar factory also took place in Zhejiang province.

Thousands march against nuclear power

GO ZERO::Activists, non-governmental organizations and people from across the nation took to the streets of Taipei yesterday to urge a rethink of nuclear energyBy Lee I-chia  /  Staff ReporterMon, Mar 12, 2012 - Page 1

Thousands of opponents of nuclear energy from across the nation paraded in the streets of Taipei yesterday to mark the first anniversary of the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in Japan, which crippled the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant.



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