SimplyInfo.org Fukushima 3rd Anniversary Reports

We have been reporting on various aspects of the Fukushima nuclear disaster in recent weeks. We looked at the human and health impact, the environment, how workers are being treated and the technical changes in the last year. All of these reports are compiled here for easier reading.

Society, Environment & Health:
Living With Radiation In Japan
Nuclear Establishment Takes Over Fukushima Medical University
Fukushima & The Controversy Of The Pacific
Fukushima Brings New Awareness Of Contaminated Food Worldwide
Citizen Activists Key To Understanding Fukushima Impact
New Independent Fukushima Food Contamination Results
Fukushima Nuclear Migrants; In Their Own Words
Citizens Step In Where Government Has Failed Fukushima Children
Fukushima; Efforts To Erase Human Rights
Fukushima’s Health Impacts On Children Grow
Dr. Robert Jacobs also shared his paper Radiation Makes People Invisible (available in Japanese & English via the link)

Workers:
Working At Fukushima As National Duty?
Fukushima Daiichi; Abusing Workers & Avoiding Liability
Fukushima Daiichi Exposures Found To Be Worse Than Claimed

Technical Reports:
Fukushima 3rd Anniversary; Technical Report – Plant Conditions 
Fukushima 3rd Anniversary; Technical Report – Water
Fukushima 3rd Anniversary; Technical Report Unit 4
Fukushima 3rd Anniversary; Technical Report Unit 3
Fukushima 3rd Anniversary; Technical Report Unit 2
Fukushima 3rd Anniversary; Technical Report Unit 1 

 

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