Nuclear-weapon arsenals and nuclear power plants each pose separate, horrific risks to humanity, yet the two are connected, with the byproducts of power plants usable as material for nuclear warheads.
Japan nuclear disaster
More than 100 U.S. Marines and Navy sailors have joined a class action suit, charging the Tokyo Electric Power Company with lying about the severity of the Fukushima nuclear disaster.
Since the Fukushima nuclear disaster, a forceful grassroots movement has grown to permanently decommission all of Japan's nuclear power plants.
Democrats and Republicans agree on one thing: They're going to force nuclear power on the public, despite the astronomically high risks, both financial and environmental.
The U.S. should use renewable-energy technology to reduce energy use and, thus, reliance on foreign oil and domestic coal and nuclear. That would be an effective and sane reaction to Fukushima.
Sakyo Noda blogs from the waters near the crippled Fukushima power plants in Japan. Greenpeace is currently complying with government restrictions in testing fish and sea water for radiation.
Citizens' Nuclear Information Center
Eighty-seven Japanese NGOs declare on the anniversary of Chernobyl their opposition to nuclear power and nuclear facilities, calling for a phase out of nuclear energy throughout Japan.
Alert! Radio from Canadian Dimension
Alert! Radio 178 -- Interviews with economist Jim Stanford on the upcoming election, publisher James Lorimer on Canada's publishing industry and researcher Marita Moll on the end of nuclear energy.
A totally different way of viewing the nuclear crisis in Japan and how you can support Mother Earth through this crisis.
What was lost and never talked about.