The cost of the Fukushima nuclear disaster is estimated at $250 billion US dollars http://act.gp/YYpwkY

Fukushima disaster: nuclear industry profits, while people pay!

The cost of the Fukushima nuclear disaster is estimated at $250 billion US dollars http://act.gp/YYpwkY

September 2012 - After a long campaign by Greenpeace Spain, it is confirmed that the Garoña nuclear plant will close in 2013: http://www.greenpeace.org/espana/es/Blog/garoa-cierra-gracias-a-ti/blog/42093/?utm_source=facebook_medium=social_network_term=graciasati_content=cierre_campaign=garo%C3%B1a

Garoña cierra, ¡gracias a ti!

September 2012 - After a long campaign by Greenpeace Spain, it is confirmed that the Garoña nuclear plant will close in 2013: http://www.greenpeace.org/espana/es/Blog/garoa-cierra-gracias-a-ti/blog/42093/?utm_source=facebook_medium=social_network_term=graciasati_content=cierre_campaign=garo%C3%B1a

Greenpeace and partner Civil Society organisations marched in Jozi for a nuclear-free SA

Greenpeace and partner Civil Society organisations marched in Jozi for a nuclear-free SA

The Greenpeace airship, flying around Doel Nuclear Power Station. "Nuclear energy: never safe!" Copyright: Greenpeace/Philip Reynaers

The Greenpeace airship, flying around Doel Nuclear Power Station. "Nuclear energy: never safe!" Copyright: Greenpeace/Philip Reynaers

Japanese public protest against nuclear energy policies. Will we soon have to do the same thing in South Africa?

Japanese citizens take their nuclear fight to court

Japanese public protest against nuclear energy policies. Will we soon have to do the same thing in South Africa?

Join Greenpeace Africa and Earthlife Africa to march for a nuclear-free South Africa: 10 November 2012 at 9am

Join Greenpeace Africa and Earthlife Africa to march for a nuclear-free South Africa: 10 November 2012 at 9am

The way things are is not the way things have to be.

The way things are is not the way things have to be.

But it is the terrible effect on people of a nuclear disaster such as Fukushima that really brings home the flaws of the nuclear system.    Nearly two years after the disaster, the lives of hundreds of thousands of people in Japan are still being disrupted. When the disaster hit, their lives were turned upside down. They were forced from their homes, they lost their jobs, families were split up and communities were abandoned due to the radioactive fallout.

But it is the terrible effect on people of a nuclear disaster such as Fukushima that really brings home the flaws of the nuclear system. Nearly two years after the disaster, the lives of hundreds of thousands of people in Japan are still being disrupted. When the disaster hit, their lives were turned upside down. They were forced from their homes, they lost their jobs, families were split up and communities were abandoned due to the radioactive fallout.

Greenpeace and partner Civil Society organisations marched in Jozi for a nuclear-free SA

Greenpeace and partner Civil Society organisations marched in Jozi for a nuclear-free SA

Action Outside IDC In Johannesburg

Action Outside IDC In Johannesburg

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