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One filmmaker’s mission to show the world the real Fukushima, and how you can help

Forget the reactor. Forget all the bull$#!^ Facebook posts about how radiation is melting the starfish and mutating our sushi. Forget about what it means to be a disaster, and discover what it means to be… 725 more words


Tepco to begin dumping groundwater into Pacific Ocean in May -- Enformable Nuclear News

” After getting the approval of fishery cooperatives in Fukushima Prefecture last Friday, Tokyo Electric and the Japanese government have announced that they will begin pumping groundwater at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant on Wednesday. 179 more words

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Japan allows some evacuees back to nuke no-go zone -- TIME

” (TOKYO) — For the first time since Japan’s nuclear disaster three years ago, authorities are allowing residents to return to live in their homes within a tiny part of a 20-kilometer (12-mile) no-go zone around the Fukushima plant. 279 more words

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RT: ​TEPCO under-calculated radiation exposure for 142 Fukushima workers

Published time: March 27, 2014 01:51

The central operating control room of the No. 1 and No. 2 reactors is opened to the media by Tokyo Electric Power Co. 330 more words


A Different Attitude Towards Snow

It was snowy here in February. I’m not saying it snowed a lot. We had three or four snows, and one of them brought down over a foot. 1,140 more words

Featured Feminist Geographer: Jessica Hayes-Conroy

Jessica Hayes-Conroy is an Assistant Professor of Women’s Studies at Hobart & William Smith Colleges. She has taught courses in Gender and Geography, Feminist Theory & Methods, Place and Health, Food, Feminism, and the Body, and The Politics of Health. 1,515 more words