This video from Democracy NOW! in the USA says about itself:
We speak with leading Japanese cultural anthropologist and environmentalist Keibo Oiwa in Yokohama. He is the founder of the Sloth Club, Japan’s leading “Slow Life” environmental group. “I’m realizing again that democracy is so hollow now. We do not have power,” Oiwa says. “We have been controlled by the government and the Tokyo Electric Company, a private company… We have to really look for a lifestyle and a way of thinking again, to live again with harmony, in harmony with nature.” [includes rush transcript]
See also here.
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High radiation levels outside Fukushima evacuation zone: here.
Fukushima Crisis Worsens as U.S. Warns of a Large Radiation Release: here.
USA: The country’s most ‘at risk’ nuclear power plant is 30 miles from New York City: here.