This 2016 video says about itself:
The Fukushima nuclear accident in 2011 turned the surrounding towns into a desolate land, making the area into a “radioactive forest”. Without human presence, the land is roamed by wildlife like civets, macaques and wild boars. A project is underway to study the deserted areas by attaching a camera to wild boars to record the conditions of the former farmlands. 5 years after the disaster, we take a close look at how radiation has affected the wildlife, and what it entails for us humans.
Fukushima mothers at UN tell their story: here.
Seismologist testifies Fukushima nuclear disaster preventable — The Mainichi: here.
Fukushima residents fight state plan to build roads with radiation-tainted soil — The Japan Times: here.
Fukushima’a other big problem: A million tons of radioactive water — Wired: here.
Move over Chernobyl, Fukushima is now officially the worst nuclear power disaster in history: here.
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