Sixty thousand Japanese citizens marched in central Tokyo today to press their government to ditch nuclear energy in favour of renewables in light of the ongoing Fukushima nuclear disaster: here. And here.
The 60,000-strong rally was the largest since the March 11 earthquake that triggered the Fukushima nuclear plant meltdown: here.
Japan’s citizens are not happy about nuclear power. And they’re taking to the streets to make their voices heard: here.
Fukushima Nuclear Crisis Update for September 20th-22nd, 2011: here.
Nuclear contamination found beyond Japan no-go zone: here.
Third Fukushima nuclear plant worker dies: here.
Fukushima ‘hot spots’ raise radiation fears: here.
Fukushima seawater 58 times pre-disaster radiation levels – The Canadian National: here.
Japanese Government Nixed Idea of Obama Visiting, Apologizing for, Hiroshima: here.
Britain: Coalition ministers were accused of jumping the gun today by pushing through a new generation of nuclear power stations without learning the lessons of the Japanese Fukushima disaste: here.
Angry villagers living near a recently built nuclear power plant in southern India blocked a main road to demand its closure on Thursday, saying they don’t believe the facility is safe: here. See also here.