Nuclear accidents

Three notes on Fukushima

An article on the cultural and philosophical implications of the Fukushima disater by Andy Chi-ming Wang.

FAS report on Fukushima to US Congress

Report on the disaster at Fukushima prepared for the Congressional Research Service by the Federation of American Scientists.

After the deluge: Impacts of the reactor damage at Fukushima

"After the Deluge: Short and Medium-term Impacts of the Reactor Damage Caused by the Japan Earthquake and Tsunami" was published on 17 March 2011, the week after the earthquake, by Nautilus Institute for Security and Sustainability including contributors in Australia, the US and Japan.

FOE Fukushima disaster briefing paper March 2012

Japan's nuclear scandals and the Fufkushima disaster is a paper written by Dr Jim Green of Friends of the Earth on the 2011 disaster in Japan.

Videos of Fukushima anniversary rallies in Melbourne and Sydney

On Sunday 11 March rallies were held throughout Australia to commemorate the first anniversary of the disaster at Fukushima. The following videos of the rallies in Melbourne and Sydney have been posted on Youtube. Watch them here. 

Melbourne remembers Fukushima, as seen on NTDTV

What is the radiological situation at Fukushima one year after the disaster?

Don't hold your breath for Fukushima radiation toll is an article written by former president of MAPW and current chair of ICANi, Tilman Ruff. It was published recently in The conversation, a journal of the university and research sector.

Let the facts speak: nuclear accidents chronology

On 11 March 2012, the first anniversary of the Fukushima disaster, The Greens launched the fourth edition of Let the facts speak, a chronology of nuclear accidents. "This is not a work of analysis or opinion, but a straightforward chronology of nuclear accidents, incompetence and disaster spanning seven decades".

MAPW Fukushima one-year summary: March 2011

A two-page review of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant accident including health and human impacts of the disaster, mismanagement, and proposals regarding what needs to be done. Prepared by Dr Margaret Beavis for MAPW, at the first anniversary of this nuclear disaster in Japan. In dot point format as a resource for letters and articles.

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