Tuesday, March 6, 2012
Remembering Fukushima - Ed Asner urges an end to nuclear energy
On March 11, 2011, four reactors at Fukushima-Daiichi, Japan, went into crisis after an earthquake and Tsunami knocked out critical electricity supplies. Three of the 4 reactors at least partially melted down. The fourth likely released massive amounts of Cesium 137. The resulting tragedy has left people permanently displaced, the land around the Fukushima plant too radioactive for human habitation and animals abandoned who starved or now roam wild. The event sent shock waves around the world and many countries are now phasing out their nuclear plants. Asner urges us to not to wait until its too late and instead end nuclear power today. He urges you to support Beyond Nuclear in our work to help make a nuclear-free world a reality.
March Against Nuclear Madness
The March Against Nuclear Madness global events calendar has once again been updated. If you have not yet posted your events to the March Against Nuclear Madness Facebook page, please do so ASAP. If you don't do Facebook, you can email details to: firstname.lastname@example.org. It's an impressive array of events, on into April.
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