Thursday, February 5, 2015


The Nuclear Regulation Authority of Japan has suggested to TEPCO
that they dump all of their contaminated water into the ocean.

Minus some cesium, all the plutonium, uranium, strontium, tritium,
hundreds of other isotopes, are headed for your ocean, your foodchain.

Some of the water is so contaminated that standing near it would kill
you in hours, measuring up to billions of bq/m3 of radiation.

After the Great Tohuko Earthquake of 2011 destabilized all the faults
and tectonic plates in Japan, Shinzo Abe's government is determined

to restart all the reactors in Japan, despite warnings from geologists.

A training camp for Olympic athletes is being situated in a heavily
contaminated area, formerly used by Fukushima nuclear workers.
The Olympic stadium will be situated in Tokyo, also contaminated.

TEPCO is cutting off compensation soon for all but a few of the evacuees,
on the grounds that their villages, where ambient radiation measures up to
20 milliSeiverts per year, are safe to live in, even for children. Over 100  

thyroid cancer cases are confirmed among children, where there would 
normally be less than one.

Health care for the victims of the Fukushima nuclear accident has been
negligible or
non-existent. The Cancer Registry law makes it a criminal
offence for any physician to share information on cancer cases with
anyone but the national government. The Secrets Protection Act will

make it a criminal offence to "investigate improperly" anything deemed
secret; yet no one will know what those things (radiation data?) are.

The threat of a meltdown in Spent Fuel Pool 4 has been averted, but the
central electrical control panel for the nuclear plant is still sitting on a flatbed
truck, out of doors. The cooling systems are fed by plastic hoses, radioactive
groundwater is rising everyday, and the use of untrained workers is leading to
fatal accidents. What happens if another major earthquake strikes now?

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This year once again, we descend on the Consulates of Japan, everywhere
in the world, to demand justice for the kids, for the evacuees, for the ocean,
for the environment; for the human race. Our concerns are carefully
articulated in letters to be placed in the hands of Japan's Prime Minister
Shinzo Abe, that he might know the whole world is watching him and his
government, and is not deceived by his promise of safety.

If you want to direct an action yourself, please email us at  and I'll post your action here.
Include date, time, location, contact
info, links, an image if possible and
a description of what you're doing. Go here to download the protocol for
letters to be delivered to the Prime Minister, (not a big deal, but required
legally), and a sample letter with the proper addressing and talking points
for reference. Go here for reliable Fukushima information sources.

If you know of any action not covered here, by all means 
let me know; 
I'll post it at once and share it on the Facebook page supporting this site.
My thanks to Fukushima2015 for their generous help, they've lots more
events worldwide; for a really complete worldview, check them out too.

NOTE: I do not support repatriation of contaminated areas of Japan. I can't 

say which organizations mentioned here support "restoration"; I can't vouch
for the perfect intentions of any events charging a fee or asking donations. I've 
decided to include all that I can find to let you decide for yourself what's good. 
Don't be afraid, go for it!

 Wherever you are...


We are posting all the reports, pictures, and letters we 
can find from these events at our Facebook page!

        U.S. Consulate Actions by City


Click image for information on your local consulate.
Scroll down for international listings.

New York: Letter to be delivered 
March 11, 2015, at 3:30 pm.
Consulate-General of Japan in New York

299 Park Ave, 18th Fl., NY 10171-0025
Read Ayumi and Rachel's letter here.

Miami: Letter to be delivered,
arrive out front 2:15 pm.

Consulate-General of Japan
in Miami
, Brickell Bay View Centre,
Suite 3200, 80 SW 8th Street, 33130 
Contact: Priscilla Star

Read Star and Curt's letter here.


Detroit: Letter to be delivered by 
Unplug Nuclear Power
March 11 at 1:30 pm
Consulate-General of Japan in Detroit

400 Renaissance Center,
Suite 1600, Detroit MI 48243
Contact: Joseph DeMare  

Washington, D.C.: NIRS delivers, privately. 
Embassy of Japan in the United States
2520 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W.
Washington, DC 20008
Read their letter here

Stop the presses!! Unbeknownst to us, 
Beyond Nuclear took it upon themselves 
to deliver a letter the Embassy of Japan 
as well! Truly a special day for us. 
Read their letter here!

Atlanta: Letter to be delivered, 
Wednesday, March 11 at 2 pm.

Consulate-General of Japan in Atlanta,
Phipps Tower, Suite 850,
3438 Peachtree Road

Organized by Nuclear Watch South 
Event contact: 

Read Glenn's letter here

holds a vigil 8:15AM-9:15AM,
Thursday, March 12, at the
Japanese Consulate/Boston,

Federal Reserve Building, 
at South Station, 600 Atlantic Ave.

Some of us will write letters to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe 

and deliver them in Boston. Your presence will make a 
difference. Please, join us. We will provide signs.  
Pilgrim NPP, here in MA, is the exact same model as 
Fukushima in Japan. We must CLOSE PILGRIM NOW.  
Please feel free to email and/or call me with comments, 
questions, etc. Sheila Parks, Ed.D. 617-744-6020 Convener, 
On Behalf of Planet Earth   
Read Sheila's letter here.

Honolulu: Letter delivered March 11 at 9 am.
Consulate-General of Japan in Honolulu
1742 Nuuanu Avenue, Honolulu, HI, 96817-3294 

Contact: Geoff Shaw,
Read Geoff's letter here

Chicago: Protest at the Japanese Consulate,
4th Anniversary of the Fukushima Nuclear Catastrophe
March 11, 2015, 11 a.m.
Our focus is on the ongoing radiation contamination 

of the Pacific Ocean from the Fukushima site. We'll 
submit a letter to the Japanese Consulate.
Also we'll release a balloon (if not too cold, 

Helium condenses) to symbolize the ongoing leaks 
and contamination of the Pacific Ocean. Please feel 
free to bring your own sign; if not, we may have extras.
We will be at the Front Entrance of the Japanese Consulate 

building, on Chicago Avenue which faces the side of 
the historic water tower building. Go to the South-East corner, intersection of 
Michigan & Chicago Avenues (Walgreens on corner) we will be approximately 
300 feet east of that corner. Contact: Nuclear Energy Information Service in 
Chicago. Email: Phone: 773-342-765
San Francisco: 133 letters to be delivered,  
speeches and march, 2:30-4:30 pm. All the 
letters will be read out loud, and the event 
Ustreamed by IWJ-SF. Meet outside the
Consulate-General of Japan in San Francisco,
275 Battery Street, Suite 2100, CA 94111
Event Contacts: Steve Zeltzer, Chizu Hamada
Carpools to SF action: from Santa Cruz CA, 

contact Fukushima Response Santa Cruz  or 

email to ; from
Davis CA, contact Shoko Tanaka

Read their 133 letters to the Prime Minister here.

Seattle: Fukushima Response Seattle
will deliver the letter, and perhaps more, at 1 PM.
Consulate-General of Japan in Seattle,

601 Union Street, Suite 500, WA 98101
Please RSVP if you want to be involved.
Read Jordan's letter here.

Portland: Letter to be delivered, 
March 11, 2015, approx. 2:30 pm
Consular Office of Japan in Portland
Wells Fargo Center, Suite 2700, 
1300 SW 5th Avenue. Portland OR 97201
Contact: Eugene PeaceWorks

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            International Consulate Actions

on the 4th anniversary of the 11/3/11 disaster join us
Tuesday 10 March 2015:  PUBLIC MEETING in the House of Commons  
19:00 - 20:30 - Arnie Gundersen, Ian Fairlie, MP Michael Meacher,
Paul Dorfman, Geoff Read, Ayumi Fukakusa, Rick Morfit-Mottram

to speak. RSVP to 
Wednesday 11 March 2015: VIGIL outside Japanese Embassy  
101 Piccadilly, London W1   17:30 - 19:30, possible letter to PM.
Saturday 14 March 2015:  MARCH on Parliament
assemble Hyde Park Corner 12:00 for start at 12:30
followed by a RALLY, Old Palace Yard, opposite Parliament 14:30
More info on all actions:
organised by CND, Japanese Against Nuclear UK & Kick Nuclear


Stockholm: Manifestation in Stockholm, Sweden
March 11, Fukushima day we demonstrate at the 
Embassy of Finland, Gärdesgatan 11 in Stockholm 
between 11:00 and 14:00.
We urge the Swedish and Finnish organizations, 

politicians and everyone interested to participate 
in a dignified, calm manifestation in honor of all t
hose who suffered in Fukushima. The manifestation 
is also an appeal for a nuclear-free Gulf of Bothnia 
and that lessons are learned from the terrible events 
in Japan. The purpose of manifestation is that its 
message across Finland generally before the Finnish 
parliamentary elections on 19 April. We call on the representatives of the 
Swedish and Finnish organizations, politicians, and anyone interested to 
come and read the brief supporting statements during the rally. All written 
statements will be collected and forwarded to the Embassy at 14.00.
Contact Karnkraftsfritt Bottenviken: Per Holmqvist
Contact Folkkampanjen: Jan Stromdahl


Non-Consulate Actions - U.S. and International

Richmond, VA: Wednesday, March 11, 2015
from 7:30-10:00am,
Dominion Resources Inc
120 Tredegar St, Richmond, Virginia 23219

We'll be participating in a global day of action ~
commemorating the 4th year of the ongoing
nuclear disaster in Fukushima and protesting
Dominion's plan to build a 3rd nuclear reactor
at North Anna on the fault line. Our
8:30am ~Vigil for the victims of Fukushima
in plain view of Dominion Executives as they
drive into work. (will we be the next victims?)
10:00am ~ Moment of silence for the victims of Fukushima,
followed by a brief memorial tribute and press conference.
Contact: Erica Gray

Portland, OR: March Against Nukes!
Fukushima x4 and Beyond...

Wednesday, March 11 at 12 - 4 pm PDT
Pioneer Courthouse Square,
701 SW 6th Ave., Portland OR 97204

Meet at Pioneer Square at Noon to
remember all who have died from Fukushima's ongoing radiation
releases, from the people of Japan to the ocean animals and plant life,
to the people across the world to those of us here on the West Coast who
are being sickened and killed by radiation from Fukushima. People
should bring poster size photos and puppetry of ocean and river
friends. Please bring the kids. Drummers welcome! To those who
have gas masks, bring those.
March to Occupy Park (Chapman Square) between 12:30 and 12:45.
Direct Action Strategy Sessions at Occupy Park against Cascadia's
nuclear power plant, the Columbia Generating Station in WA State.
We will explain where we are in the fight currently and plan for future actions.
Currently supported by: No Nukes NW / / Individuals For Justice

Salem, OR: The Post Ignorance Project OR,
State Capitol Bldg Anti Nuke Protest

State Capitol on March 11, 2015
(900 Court Street NE, Salem OR 97301)
Handing out flyers with TRUTH and
information to our elected officials and
state employees. Our elected officials have
been lied to by nuclear promoters and don't understand the gravity of the
threat posed by the nuclear cartel. It's up to us to bring them the truth. It is
up to us to stop Project WIN, a plan to build small nuclear reactors all over
the NW, and to put an end to nuclear NOW.
Contact Lonnie Clark:

Fukushima and Indian Point: Program marking the anniversary of the Fukushima Dai-ichi meltdown

March 8, 2015: 3:00PM to 6:00PM
Peekskill Presbyterian Church, 705 South Street, Peekskill. NY map
Join Indian Point Safe Energy Coalition (IPSEC), community members, and three guests from the Southwest (NM, CO, AZ) to commemorate the fourth anniversary of the ongoing Fukushima Nuclear disaster. The program will include a spiritual gathering, education about Indian Point. There will also be a pot-luck dinner after the program.
For more information on this event visit IPSEC’s website.
- See more at: and Indian Point: Program marking the anniversary of the Fukushima Dai-ichi meltdown

Peekskill, NY: Sun. Mar. 8, 2015   Free and open to the public.
Start at 1:30 P.M. at Bleakley & Broadway, Buchanan, NY,
at the old IP entrance, walking with Jun Yasuda and the Peace Walkers
to begin our commemoration of the tragedy at Fukushima.
The program continues at 3 PM, at Peekskill Presbytarian Church,
705 South Street, Peekskill, NY. An update (not in MSM news)
and a look at the front end of nuclear fuel chain w/ three
activists fighting uranium mining out West, to help us realize
the damage mining inflicts on surrounding communities
just to supply our community's energy "needs."
Activist Leona Morgan, a Diné (Navajo) member of Diné No Nukes
will talk about her people and their fight against uranium mining.
Jennifer Thurston of Information Network for Responsible Mining
battles to clean up deserted uranium mines imperiling h
er Colorado
community. Klee Benally, a Diné with Clean Up The Mines! will address
resource colonization (re: uranium), protection of sacred places, and
tactics towards collective liberation.
Yuko Tonohira, recently of Japan
the latest information on Fukushima. Gary Shaw of the Indian
Point Safe Energy Coalition details earthquake risks and where we are
now in the re-licensing battle. Jun Yasuda, with the Grafton Peace Pagoda,
announces the Peace Walkers’ participation in a cross-country walk
from Livermore Labs in California (starting March 20), arriving in
New York April 26 for the United Nations’ 5-year review of the
Nuclear Proliferation Treaty. For more info, contact IPSEC at
1-888-474-8848 or


Tue. March 10, 2015, 6:30 pm to 9:00 PM, Goddard-Riverside
Community House 593 Columbus Avenue, NYC (NE corner of
88th St & Columbus Av) Subway: B/C to 86th st & 1 to 86th St.
Sponsored by The Manhattan Project, Shut Down Indian Point Now!
& NYC Safe Energy Coalition. Experts and activists explore the
nuclear fuel cycle. Hear an update about the ongoing catastrophic
effects of Fukushima from Prof. Hiroko Goto, Chiba Univ. School of Law;
Vice President of Human Rights Now. Learn from Marilyn Elie
with the Indian Point Safe Energy Coalition about the dangers
of Indian Point only 25 miles from NYC and why we must shut
it down.  Jennifer Thurston of Information Network for Responsible
Mining gives an on-the-ground report of environmental impacts
of uranium mining in Colorado. Meet activist Leona Morgan of the
Diné No Nukes. She will talk about her people and their fight
against uranium mining on indigenous lands in the Southwest US.

New York City: TOGETHER FOR 3.11

This year, Ms. Mariko Hata, a Japanese 
singer-songwriter, and a chorus group from 
Japan will join us to sing "Heroes 2011, 
Japan." Our message is, "We have not 
forgotten you. Together we will overcome t
hese obstacles and help Japan recover.
SIDE BY SIDE – Let us join our hearts TOGETHER!
DATE: 3/8/15 (SUN) / Doors Open: 4:00PM /
Memorial Ceremony: 4:45PM – 6:00PM / Close: 7:00PM
PLACE: First Church of Christ, Scientist; 10 West 68th Street 

at Central Park West, New York, N.Y. 10023
Closest Subway: 1 @66 St (Lincoln Center) B, C @72 St
Admission is free (donations for Japan Relief will be accepted)
100% profit will support relief to Northeastern Japan's affected areas.
Speakers: Mr. Reiichiro Takahashi, Consul General of Japan in New York/
Mr. Motoatsu Sakurai, President of Japan Society / Koichi Matsuda, NY 

Iwate Kenjinkai / Kyohmi Takahashi, Homemaker, Shiogama, Miyagi 
Prefecture / Takashi Tachibana, Executive Director, sweet treat 311, 
Ishinomaki, Miyagi Prefecture (Video Message) / Toshiyuki Komaba, 
Chef-Owner of Rocare Ascia, Morioka, Iwate Prefecture (Video Message) /
Minato Preschool, Soma, Fukushima Prefecture (Video Message) /
Mariko Hata & Singers (Performance) / Moderator: AK Akemi Kakihara
TOGETHER FOR 311 Executive Director, Fellowship for Japan.
Organizer: Fellowship for Japan
Many new relief organizations emerged in the aftermath of the 3.11 

earthquake and tsunami. We, the Fellowship for Japan, are a coalition 
of several of these organizations. Our mission is to maximize our 
ability to provide relief by pooling our efforts and resources: JP GIRLS NYC | 
Save Japan Benefits | Eri Kurobe | BWCJAA | HappyDoll | FIT JSAA | 
JAPANESE MOMS UNITED | Report from Japan | Canvas for Japan

Scarsdale, NY:
Join us for the Special Program sponsored by
the Metropolitan Japanese Ministry: “Seeking a World Without
Nuclear Power Plants” - what is happening in Fukushima now?
Sunday, March 8, 2015  3:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Parish Hall of the Church of St. James the Less
10 Church Lane, Scarsdale, NY 10583
Speaker: Ms. Kay Ikezumi -Director of NSKK Nuke Project
Although 4 years have passed since the accident, there are 

still 125,000 evacuees, and a large number of people are living 
in a fear of harmful radioactive contamination in Fukushima. 
Plants and animals are also affected. We would like to share 
with you what is currently happening in Fukushima. We invite 
you to exchange your thoughts and ideas as to how we should 
take responsibility for this grim reality which will affect 
generations to come.
Prior to the program we will celebrate the Holy Eucharist in 

remembrance of the 4th anniversary of Tohoku earthquake, 
Tsunami and Fukushima Dai Ichi Power Plant disaster.
All are welcome!
Holy Eucharist at 2 PM, Chapel of the Church of St. James the Less.
The Celebrant and the Preacher: The Rev. Tazu Sasamori,
Rector of St. Andrewʼs Church in the Diocese of Tokyo


Free and open to the public, click image for website.
Tuesday, March 31, 2015 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (EDT)

The Red Room @ Cafe 939, Berklee College of Music
939 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02115
6:00 - 6:15: Registration & Opening Remarks
6:15 - 7:15: Presentations by speakers & performance
by TOMODACHI Berklee scholars
7:15 - 8:00: Reception
Shun Kanda: Director, MIT Japan 3/11 Initiative
Anne Nishimura Morse: William and Helen Pounds Senior Curator
of Japanese Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Megumi Ishimoto: Founder, Women's Eyes
PERFORMANCE BY: Shun Kumagai - Sendai, Miyagi, Japan
Alto Saxophone, Berklee College of Music student
TOMODACHI Suntory Music Scholarship recipient
Takeru Saito - Fukushima, Japan; Piano, also Berklee student and
TOMODACHI Suntory Music Scholarship recipient

Boston: 3.11 Japan Memorial Charity 2015 - 
Remembrance of Earthquake and Tsunami
Sunday, March 8, 201510am/11am/12pm/1pm/2pm.  

RSVP by Thursday, March 5, 2015
"Sanzashi-An" Tea House at Showa Boston Institute (direction)
420 Pond St. Jamaica Plain, MA 02130. Showa shuttle bus may be 

available upon your request. No public transportation available Sundays. 
Free admission, with suggested donation from $20
All Proceeds from this event donated to Japan Earthquake Relief Fund,
Japan Society of New York
to support reconstruction of the disaster.
Each session is about 45 minutes, includes Japanese Tea Ceremony
performance with Japanese confectionery and green tea.
Children are welcome to join and babysitter available upon request
This charity event commemorates the North-Eastern Japan Earthquake
and Tsunami Disaster that happened on March 11, 2011. We hope to
support the survivors to improve their living conditions, rebuild the area,
and for each of us to remember the tragedy. "Peacefulness through a
Bowl of Tea" is phrased by Sen Genshitsu, the Great Grandmaster of
Urasenke Japanese Tea Ceremony. We, as a part of his family clan, 

attempt to succeed his expression in the United States as well.
Event organized by Kyoko Wada, Urasenke Tea School Instructor
Supported by Spouses&Partners@MIT and MIT Women's League 

 Brattleboro, VT:  WALK & VIGIL Fukushima 
Four Years & Counting. Please join us in walking 
from the gate of Vermont Yankee to Brattleboro. 
Make and wear a sign with the name of one of the 
towns in the evacuation zone (see here).
WALK: 11:30 am Folks from north of Vernon will 
meet at the parking lot of Marlboro Graduate Center
in Brattleboro (just past the Brattleboro Museum 

on Vernon Street). We will car pool from there. 
Folks coming from south of Vernon should park 
in the Vernon Town Hall lot on Governor Hunt Road. 
Noon: Meet at VT Yankee Gate.
12:15pm – 2:30pm (estimate): We'll hold a commemoration circle before 
walking, then walk 6 miles from VT Yankee to Pliny Park, Brattleboro for the 
Vigil. Dress for the weather. We'll have snacks at Pliny Park (no hot beverages,
please patronize our wonderful local coffee shops and bakeries].

2:00-4:00 pm The Parlor in the Centre Congregational Church will be open in 
case walkers need to warm up or dry out in case of rain/snow/sleet for the Vigil.
2:30-3:45 pm: VIGIL at Pliny Park, Main & High Street, Brattleboro. We will honor 
the evacuees and ghost towns of Fukushima, focusing on Namie, a town similar 
in size to Brattleboro. [Read more on our 2013 Namie sister city action here.]
4:00pm: LEARN: Nuclear Power: Cradle to Grave. Parlor, Centre Congregation 
Church, 123 Main St., Brattleboro. Kevin Kamps of Beyond Nuclear gives an update 
on Fukushima and presentation on nuclear waste and dry cask storage (the grave). 
Jennifer Thurston of INFORM in Colorado gives a presentation on uranium mining 
(the cradle). Program includes Q&A, audience discussion.  Details & bios are here.

Hays, KS: Protest for the 4 Year Anniversary of
Fukushima Nuclear Disaster
, at the local KDHE office.
I will need a head count of who can make this event.
The event will be the WEEK of the 9th - 13th of March
The time frame is from 12:00 Noon till 6:00 P.M.
each day of the week. This is an educational
o let the people know what is going on and what
we can do about it. Contact: Chuck Hindman, cell: 785-635-7058 

True Songs: A Film Event Marking the 
4th Anniversary of the 3/11 Disasters 
True Songs, inspired by the novel 
Milky Way Railroad, features people 
from Fukushima reading from the novel. 
University of Kentucky's Kentucky Theatre, 
03/11/2015,  7 - 9 pm.  Free admission 
Speaker / Presenter: Suga Keijiro.

Los Angeles: LOVE TO NIPPON 2015
Fourth Annual 3.11 Memorial Event - Reflecting on Japan’s Worst
Earthquake & Tsunami and Lessons Learned to Better Prepare
Southern Californians for Natural Disasters
Co-presented by Japanese American National Museum, Japan
America Society of Southern California, Love to Nippon Project
Sunday, March 8, 2015 1:00pm - 7:30pm
National Center for the Preservation of Democracy (NCPD) and JANM
Courtyard and Plaza 111 N. Central Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90012
Parking Information
Download Program (As of February 6, 2015)
1:00 – 4:30pm Emergency Preparedness Fair, Prayers and Flower
Offerings at JANM Courtyard and Plaza (Outdoor); Fukushima, Miyagi
and Iwate Prefectures with updates from the devastated areas

LA County Fire Department, US Coast Guard, American Red Cross,
LA Regional HQ, and A Plus Survival Supply on emergency preparedness
Interfaith Service 3:15 – 5:00pm
Memorial Program - Part I at NCPD, JANM
Musical Tribute; Preview and Q&A with the director and producer of
"LIVE YOUR DREAM: The Taylor Anderson Story," Regge Life
Update on Tohoku 5:15 - 7:00pm
Memorial Program - Part II Documentary Screening of "LIVE YOUR DREAM:
The Taylor Anderson Story" at NCPD, JANM (Indoor). For more details on 

the documentary screening, click here.
7:00 - 7:30pm Candlelight Service at JANM Courtyard and Plaza (Outdoor)
Admission is free. Seating is limited for Parts I and II of the memorial program.
Seats will be available on first come, first served basis.

Santa Barbara, CA: Dr. Helen Caldicott: Preserving the Future
14th Annual Frank K. Kelly Lecture on Humanity’s Future
The Nuclear Age Peace Foundation will hold its 14th Annual
Frank K. Kelly Lecture on Humanity’s Future with Helen Caldicott
speaking on “Preserving the Future.” Dr. Caldicott, named by the
Smithsonian as one of the most influential women of the 20th century,
is a prominent and influential speaker on nuclear weapons and the
fate of the Earth.
Visit here for more information.

Lobero Theatre, 33 E. Canon Perdido St., Santa Barbara CA 9310
3/5/2015, 7:30 PM. $50 - VIP Reserved Seating
(VIP ticket includes a reception with Dr. Caldicott that will take place
prior to the lecture, at the Community Partners Center
(15 E. Carrillo Street) from 5:30 to 6:30)
$10 - Reserved Seating Web Link for ticketing /
Event Information
Contact: 805-963-0761

 Oakland, CA: Eclipse Rising & NoNukes Action 
co-present with The New Parkway Theatre:
In Commemoration of FUKUSHIMA, Four Years Later
IITATE VILLAGE, Opening w/ Poetry Reading
by Suzy Huerta & Brief Panel Discussion
At The New Parkway Theatre, 474 24th St., Oakland, CA
March 10, 2015 at 07:00 pm. Ticket Price: $10
Official Website:
OR (510) 823-9514 (日本語でもどうぞ!)
Seats are limited! Buy tix online at, click “Full Schedule” to find movie listing.

San Luis Obispo, CA: Kevin Blanch will be
protesting at Avila Pier,  on 03/11/2015 and begin
The Post Ignorance Project Consciousness Walk
to San Fransciso, CA to bring awareness to the
public that Fukushima is NOT over. In fact,
Fukushima is worse than ever. The lies of
the nuclear cartel will only be exposed when the public demands answers.
Join Kevin Blanch at Avila Pier on 03/11/2015 at 10am to remember the
catastrophe that began on March 11, 2011. Contact: Kevin Blanch or
Lonnie Clark:

San Luis Obispo, CA: The public is invited to 
join with San Luis Obispo Mothers for Peace at
fourth anniversary of the Fukushima
earthquake and tsunami that triggered
the on-going nuclear disaster.

March 11, 2015 Steynberg Gallery
1531 Monterey Street, San Luis Obispo, CA 93401

5:30 – 6:30 optional dining with some of the
Mothers for Peace members: Curry or Panini 

menus (rsvp advised to

Prayer by Sawada-Shonin, originally from Fukushima, following 
his Peace Walk from Santa Barbara to Diablo Canyon
7:900 - 9:00 pm program:

 Mothers for Peace update on efforts to close Diablo Canyon NPP
Music by Inga Swearingen
Poetry by Blake Williams
Videos of Fukushima Women
Introduction: “Redacted Art” on display in the Gallery, related to secret 

emails re: collusion between Public Utilities Commission and PG&E.
Remarks from Jimmy Joe, Chumash Peace Walker

Closing prayer and drumming by Sawadanh-Shonin


SEND A MESSAGE to the Prime Minister
of Japan
, Mr. Shinzo Abe, about Fukushima.

Ecologistas en Accion have taken it upon
themselves to create an online action,
an email campaign; all you have to do is
sign and send. Now you can join the action 

wherever you are, Consulate or no Consulate.

http://unplugnuclearpower.comUNPLUG NUCLEAR POWER!
Disinvest, and disable nuclear.

Click image to find out more. 
Barbara George (RIP) proved 
we don't need nuclear power
to meet our energy demands, 

by careful analysis of energy data; 
she explains here.

Global Candle Chain - 3.11 Remembrance
by Beautiful Energy! Join us and tell the world:
on March 11 between 2.46pm Japan time
(the time the earthquake first struck ) and midnight
in your country light a candle and stand one minute
or more in silence. We invite you to join our Global
Candle Chain, March 11 to commemorate the triple
disaster of March 11, 2011. Help us create a chain of light around the world
honoring those who lost their lives or loved ones that day.
Go here for details, to post your pictures, and to find start times around the globe. Aquarium of the Pacific, March 11, 7-8:30 pm PST
Ken Buesseler, senior scientist in marine chemistry
and geo-chemistry at the Woods Hole
Oceanographic Institution, will discuss
Fukshima nuclear accident's 

impacts on marine life, streamed live via the web. 
It's free and you can participate in the Q&A session 
at the end via Twitter. Click on image above for
livestream link.
There's also this,
at 10-10:20am, same day:…/live_webcast_fukushima_…/
also with free Q&A.

Christopher Noland's film 3.11 Surviving Japan  
will be hosting a Live Q and A on Google + 
For 3.11: Surviving Japan and would like for you to 
vote on what time would work best for you!! 
The movie will upload to 
March 10th 7:46 Eastern / March 11th 2:46 Japan Time
The movie is 90 minutes, so give yourself time to watch it before the Q and A, 

see ya there!…/posts/6qgvL4sDp7A

FUKUSHIMA+4: An Update on the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster
with Japanese and U.S. Experts
Please join us March 9, 2015
for a special NIRS Telebriefing on the ongoing
consequences of the
Fukushima nuclear disaster that began in March 2011.

Akira Kawasaki, Executive Committee Member, Peace Boat, Japan
Aileen Mioko Smith, Director, Green Action, Japan
David Lochbaum, Nuclear Engineer, Union of Concerned Scientists

Tim Judson, Exec. Director, Nuclear Information & Resource Service
Special feature, available now: Mary Olson interviews independent consultant
on ionizing radiation, Dr. Ian Fairlie. (Note, this is an mp3 audio file).
Registration is required to participate. Please go here to register.
On registering, you'll receive a confirmation e-mail with call-in information.
Program: Mr. Kawasaki will address steps that enable those who've
been irrevocably impacted by the Fukushima disaster to improve their
situation,and simple lessons learned.Ms. Smith will report on the effort
by the energy corporations and government of Japan to restart nuclear
reactors shuttered after the Fukushima Daiichi events, and on the work
of many Japanese to prevent reactor restarts. Mr. Lochbaum will speak
on “risk-informed” nuclear regulation in the USA after the Fukushima
disaster and on general nuclear risk assessment. This call will be
recorded and the link to the sound file will be posted along with other
resources on the Fukushima page on NIRS website.


Tokyo: 0308 NO NUKES DAY
The largest demo in Japan,
will likely last into the night.
All details in English,
and here in Japanese
Start time and location:
1 pm Sunday, March 8,
Open-Air Concert Hall, 
Hibiya Park, Tokyo
Organized by MCAN 
LIVE USTREAM click below.
Events all over the country
during the weeks surrounding
March 11. Click image for map
and details on all actions.

All Japan: + All in Japanese.
This site covers many actions,
some of which seem to be linked 
to Occupy, who occupied the tent
outside of METI the past 4 years.

Any place Japan: 2015 National Standing
Anyone, anywhere, get out in the street
at 2:46 pm, put your thoughts into words
on a placard; tell the world what you think
about Fukushima nuclear accident and its

aftermath. More information in Japanese here.
Nagoya: 3.15 NO NUKES! DEMO
gainst re-starting Takahama nuclear!
March 15 2015 rain or shine.

Event start 13:00
, Rally start 14:00,
Demo starting, 15:00 at
Shirakawa Park:
Subway - Higashiyama Line to "Fushimi"

Guest speaker Misao Red Wolf, MCN/

Moderator Keiko Maya Suzuki

Demo course: Shirakawa Park Start ~

Wakamiya Odori ~ Osu temple town
~ Wakamiya Odori ~ Otsudori ~ ending Sakae.
13:00~event start; 14:00~rally start; Live...Matilda March /
/ Live...HARDVERK / Speech...Misao Red Wolf

15: 00~march.  TEAM NAGOYA:

Fukushima City: 4th 3.11, March on 
Prefectural Government Office, with 
status reports from local women.
3/11/2015 (Wed) Fukushima City 
Music Hall, Irie-Cho 1-1, 
Fukushima city, phone: 024-531-6221).
Arrive at venue 10:30 for registration.
Opening ceremony of life 10:50

 ★ Life solidarity program: "Women in  2014" slide show.
Thematic report: Morning session ~ shelter-health;
Afternoon session ~ exposure occupational / radioactivity, 

contaminated waste problem reactors, nuclear or other activity report.
★ Noizi Ito! - concert 11:45 ~ 12:45
★ March and offering to the Prefectural Government Office
15:10 Fukushima City Music dohmae demo collection
15:15 demo / Prefectural Government Overture.
16:30 JR Fukushima Station, East exit demo dissolution.

* Demo is Rain or Shine, prepare placards, musical instrument, etc. 
Each person requires their own radiation protection, levels are high.
I will get buses from Tokyo. For more information
or 080-4518-7368 please.

Fukushima, Sahara: March 14, 2015, Sahara, Azuma Sports Park,
Shinji field 1 Ken'eiazuma Gymnasium (click image for website)

12:30 Opening, "Attraction" Yamakiya drum
13:15 residents rally start: silent prayer

Opening Remarks: Executive Committee Chairman (organizer) greeting
chairman Tsunoda / Greetings of solidarity by Ochiai Keiko
Sponsors from local governments give introductions.
Relay discussion: Complaints of residents from Yobikakenin, and others.
14:40 rally Declaration / 14:45 Closing Remarks
Telephone (for car directions only): 024-593-1111 (Inquiries about meetings,
such as the day of the weather should be addressed to the Executive
Committee Secretariat (024-522-6101).)
* Train available: Tohoku Shinkansen Fukushima Station East Exit → bus
"Sahara via the four seasons of the village" line, at "Azuma Gymnasium"
get off (for more information Fukushima traffic HP)

* Tohoku Shinkansen, Fukushima Station West Exit →
organizers arrange "shuttle bus" or taxi,*
Your car:Tohoku Expressway Fukushima west Inter →
115 Route to Tsuchiyu Onsen direction
Parking Information - Azuma Sports Park parking guide map
Event poster PDF here. Please don't
hand out other events' flyers. 

Tokyo: Place M Photo Gallery
Kindai Bldg, 3F 1-2-11 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku
Michele Mattiello & Uma Kinoshita
Conseguenze. Vajont - Fukushima
Uma Kinoshita has been taking pictures of
Fukushima since the triple disasters of 2011.
Michele Mattiello turned his eyes to Vajont,
which was hit by the worst-ever dam disaster
in 1963. On the occasion of the 4th anniversary
of the Great East Japan Earthquake, this joint exhibition is held as a dialogue
between two stricken areas around the themes "human beings and disasters"
and "human beings and the nature." In 2015, this show will travel in Japan, 
starting from PLACE M. Michele's series is entitled "TRACCE." Uma exhibits 
“In Silence and In Sorrow,” a silver gelatin prints series using "Kamikawasaki 
washi," traditional Japanese hand-screened paper from 
Nihonmatsu, Fukushima. Contact Telephone: 03 3341 6107

Fukushima City: Great East Japan Earthquake
Memorial and Revitalization Prayer
Wednesday, March 11, 2015
14:00 opening; from 14:30 to 15:45 at
Fukushima Prefecture Cultural Center small hall.
Appearances by Memorial poetry reader:
Mr. white feather lily and Violinist Kanako Ito
Sound of Fukushima concert - "Revitalization"
Wednesday, March 11, 2015 17:00 opening;
from 17:30 to 19:00
Fukushima Prefecture Cultural Center coliseum
Appearances by Kawashima (singer-songwriter)
Aizu Wakamatsu City 1st place Junior High School chorus club
Fukushima Prefectural Azuma Kooriyama Senior High School chorus club
Fukushima Prefecture Tateiwa Castle Sakuragaoka Senior High School
brass band club / Seeds + marching band / JMF Berlin

One must apply for a space at the prayer, and at the concert;
details at the website (linked above). For questions, the 3.11 Fukushima
mourning & revitalization event secretariat: Telephone 024-521-3337
From 10:00 to 16:00 on weekdays, closed Sat., Sun., and holidays.

Kyoto: March 7, 2015 "bye-bye primary"
Kyoto Executive Committee. Contact: TEL 075-211-5922 
Office: Kyoto Chukyo-ku Karasuma communication
Nijo under Ruhirosebiru 4F
Main Lecturer: Mr. Hiroaki Koide / Evil Spirit  performs /
Approval applications / Support groups and individuals
2015/3/7 rally and demonstration, please join!
(Sat) 13: 30 ~ Maruyama Palau de la Musica 14:45 ~
Maruyama → Shijo Street → Shijo Kawahara → City Hall

11.3.2015 Fukushimaday at Possiblities in Skellefteå
from 11.00-13.00 hrs. Here's the poster (Waiting for image).


141 EVENTS !
Germany, rocks 

The text is German,
so find your location
and click the yellow
"i" icon at right for info,
and the map at the top
displays your place.

Kazaguruma-Demo to mark the 4th 
Anniversary of FUKUSHIMA
Sa. March 7th, 2015, from 13:00 Uhr Brandenburger Tor,
Sayonara Nukes Berlin, Anti-Atom-Berlin and 

NaturFreunde will hold its third anti-nuclear public rally 
“Kazaguruma Demo” on March 7, 2015. Our motto will be: 
“Vergesst FUKUSHIMA nicht! (Remember FUKUSHIMA!)”.
We will march through the city center of Berlin holding 

Kazaguruma ("pinwheel" in Japanese) to remember the 
lesson learned through the Fukushima disaster - by 
calling for a nuclear-free future. To show our
respect to the culture embraced by people in Fukushima, 

we will dance one of their traditional folk dances 
in our parade, “Kansho-Odori”with remix music of 
a popular folk song from Fukushima called “Aizu-Bandaisan”.
Join us and dance with us! * Kazaguruma (pinwheels) 

will be distributed during the opening of the demo on 07.03. 

Neckarwestheim: Come to the demonstration 
on Sunday, 03/08/2015, 1 pm Kirchheim & Neckar
Motto: Fukushima - not clear !
Website for demo with detailed information here.
Download flyer here. Arrival card and  

car-sharing market in .ausgestrahlt
We demand:

1. There must be no re-opening of Japanese 
nuclear power plants !
2. To ensure that no other nuclear waste accumulates, 

we demand the immediate shutdown of the ongoing 
nuclear power plants and nuclear plants !
3. No "Free Measurement" , we call for the controlled 

    on-site landfill also of the low contaminated demolition waste !
4. There is a lack of an exit timetable for the climate-killer, coal power. 
     We citizens lead decentralized energy projects from the bottom up!
5. We demand a halt to Castor transports to Neckarwestheim and Philippsburg ! 

    We demand the immediate shutdown of Neckarwestheim 2 and Phillipsburg 2 ! 
    We stand for a nuclear phase-out here, and now worldwide!

Come to the demo, and bring yet more people ! 


Nationwide: Chaine Humaine pour l"Arrêt du Nucléaire,
(Human Chain to Stop Nuclear) is organizing a 134 kms long
Human Chain, in South-East France, between Triscastin, Marcoule
and Cadarache nuclear facilities along the Rhone river valley on Saturday
14 March 2015. Details in English here, translation courtesy of D'un Renard.

Nationwide: Sortir du Nucleaire offers
Commemorations Fukushima 2015,

a guide to understanding the crisis, 
finding actions in France, or tools to
start and promote your own action. 
There's also an agenda for the month
of March, with many actions including
the Chain Humaine. Check it here

Strasbourg: Convergence to shut down 
Fessenheim Nuclear Plant, a large anti-nuclear 
mobilization day, information on renewable energy 
at information stands, banners, and musical 
entertainment from 11 am to 5 pm on the Place Kléber.
11h -17h: stand and banners on the Place Kléber
14h: parade in the streets
20h: Free screening of FREE!
(world premiere)
at Cinéma Odyssée and discussion with
Jean-Paul Jaud! A debate follows. 

For questions, contact event page.

Paris: Thirty Haïjins Against Nuclear 
PIPPA Editions Bookstore
25 rue du Sommerard, 75005 PARIS

Readings from book, meeting
March 13, 2015, 2:30 - 7 pm.
Themed haiku declaimed, over coffee, 

reading at 3:30 pm, meeting with 15 
French and Japanese haïjins at 6 pm, 
over a "friendly pot" of coffee. 


Bruxelles: Wednesday, March 11, 4 pm flash mob 
at  Groenplaats Antwerp to protest Doel NPP. 
Contact is Wiebe:

Sunday, March 15, 2 pm meet at Huy, march to 
Centrale Nucleaire de Tihange.
Click on image for website, more details. 


March 11, 2015 4 - 6 pm.
Uoulon Kaupungintalo (City Hall) 
Support the demonstration and 
the Memorial to commemorate 
the victims of Fukushima .
Contact Tel: +358 8 558410

Helsinki: Fukushima global
protest to lift the veil of silence

We meet Wednesday
11.03.2015 at 16.30 hrs.
at Narinkkatori in Helsinki, wherewe will march in front of the
Japanese Embassy at 20 Union Street.The trip is about 700 meters.
Accordingly, take banners and the like, as well as tea-light holders.


 Tarragona: Ceremony commemorating
the anniversary of Fukushima

XSE Tarragona, Terres de l'Ebre,
and Ecologists in Action have called an
act of protest to mark this anniversary on
Saturday, March 7 at 12 am at Miracle Beach
in Tarragona.
Hundreds of tons of radioactive
water were poured off the coast of Japan
from the accident 4 years ago. 80% of the
radioactivity emitted went to the Pacific
Ocean and the rest to the atmosphere.
This action will consist of  nailed crosses, and symbols of reparation
to the sea, on the sandy beach. We'll distribute a sheet explaining
the current situation of the nuclear damage, and the event will
conclude with the reading of a manifesto by the organization.
After this, shut the Fukushima nuclear station!
Contact Telephone:
34-91-5312739 Send an email.

Saucedilla (Cáceres)
4 Years of Fukushima
Cookout and tree planting for Fukushima

11 March, 2015 Campo Arañuelo County
Las Viñas , Saucedilla (Cáceres)
14:00  Antinuclear stew on wood fire
16:00  4 cherry trees planted for Fukushima
Ecologistas en Accion, Foro Extremeno Antinuclear
After Fukushima we will close Almaraz I and II
Contact Tel: 915 31 27 39 or  Send a message.

Madrid: Video-Forum on Fukushima
March 11, 2015, 19:00 hrs.
On the fourth anniversary of the nuclear
accident in Fukushima, the documentary
"The lie of Fukushima" will be screened.
For the subsequent discussion we will
have experts in the nuclear sector explain the current situation of the
plant, and the consequences
emerging in other countries after four years.
Savia Solar, c / squadron, 11 Madrid (Metro: Lavapies & Anton Martin)
Organizers: Antinuclear Platform Madrid, Platform for a New Energy Model,
Action Network, Friends of the Earth, Ecologists in Action, Ecooo, Greenpeace, 

Anti-capitalist, Equo. Contact Savio Solar, or Ecologistas en Accion.

Toledo: 4 Cherry Trees for Fukushima and Against ATC  
Monday, March 9, at 11:30 h., we meet at the
Civic Center Buenavista, Avda. De Portugal 11, Toledo
Our platform is
against the nuclear graveyard Cuenca,
participation of Ecologistas en Accion, who have
organized a ceremony for the political parties to sign
commitment against ATC Villar de Cañas.
Afterwards, attendees will plant four cherry trees in
memory of
the victims of Fukushima, as we complete
(on March 11) four years since the fatal earthquake
and subsequent
tsunami, which led to what is
as the 2nd worst nuclear accident
in history. For more information: send a message.

Alicante: 4 Years of Fukushima
 Anti-nuclear Lecture and Practical Workshop
March 6, 2015, at 20:00
C/Tabarca,12 entresol,Alacant, 03012
Why should we close the Cofrentes NPP?
Antinuclear Talk + Practical Workshop:
What is radioactivity ?
How does it work ?
Geiger -Müller detectors.
Contact: Send a message.

Huesca: Planting Cherry Trees for Fukushima
On Wednesday, March 11, at 18:00 h., 
On the anniversary of the accident at the 
nuclear plant in Fukushima (Japan), 
Huesca Ecologists in Action will hold a 
cherry plantation at Isuela River Park (Balsas Chirin)
Contact: send message.

Sanlucar: Symbolic Act for Fukushima
In Sanlucar de Barrameda, Ecologists
in Action organize with the Platform
"March for Dignity 22M" and Borage,
for a symbolic act of planting four Guindo
trees (one for each anniversary of the
Fukushima nuclear accident) and planting
native Oak acorns in Barranca del Salto del Grillo 

from 11:30 am, Saturday March 7 
(meet: Mountaineers Park, opposite laundry)
Contact: send a message.

Murcia: 4 Years of Fukushima
On Sunday March 8, 11 am, the associations
Ecologistas en Accion, Gardens of the World,
European Environment and Huermur,
will conduct a tree planting in an old meander
of the Segura River in the La Arboleja,
in order to contribute to the environment and 

improve the landscape of our town, and to
commemorate the anniversary of the accident
at the Fukushima nuclear power plant.
Anyone who wants to participate can join us
on Sunday at the Ateneo Huertano "The Birds" New Window,
located at No. 65, Chronos Lane, in the Murcia Arboleja. From there
we will walk to the old meander of the river where we will perform
the plantation.
Contact: Tel 915 31 27 39 Send a message.

Córdoba: Protest, Fukushima,Never Again!
On the 4th anniversary of Fukushima, the
Córdoba Anti-nuclear Assembly convenes a
rally on March 11 at 11.00 hrs in front of
local government offices to voice this demand.
Anti-nuclear part of Córdoba Assembly:
ANIDA / FEDASIB; Ecologists in Action Córdoba.

EQUO;Environmentalist Association HORNASOL
Hornachuelos; Open Left; United Left (IU-LV-CA);
Communist Party of Andalusia, Cordoba PCA.

Contact: send a message.

 Barcelona: Meeting and Discussion,
on the Fourth Anniversary of the

Nuclear Disaster in Japan

11 March 2015, 19:00 – 21:00,
Conference Room of the
Civic Center Sans Train.
Laporta Jacinto Building -
Bldg A. Santos Street 79.
M: Plaça de Sants, Line 5,
Line 1 Dus: 50 D20.
Discussions and speakers:
News from Japan by Seiko Nishikawa, Japanese woman
living in Barcelona / Nuclear notes about Europe and the
world, by Josep Puig GCTPFNN, Garonne, CSN, Nuclear
Spain / Raquel Heap, Greenpeace, Atomic energy in Catalonia
(and in Spain) / Miguel Muñiz, TLN-100% EER / Memorial
to Ladislau Martinez Lopez, a great ecological activist of Spain
(there's also another event for Ladis on March 2).
Each interaction has limited time for facilitating discussion
and participation. Moderator: Jesús Navarro / Organizers:
Close Nuclear - 100% Renewable, which participates in
Ecologistas en Accion. For questions, send a message.

Logroño: Message in a bottle to Fukushima
4 Years of Fukushima
March 11, 2015, 18:30 h., in La Rioja
Stone Bridge (Logroño)
Logroño has no consulate of Japan but we 

know that radioactive contamination has no 
boundaries. Send your message! Contact: here.
Organizers: Ecologists in Action La Rioja


Montreal: Rethinking Radiation Ecologies
Colloque International avec Projection de Films / 
An International Conference with Film Screenings
Événement gratuit et ouvert au public/

The event is free and open to the public.
Auditorium B-0215, Pav. 3200 Jean Brillant Building
Université de Montréal / University of Montreal
14-15 mars 2015 / March 14-15, 2015
Sous la direction de / Organizer : Livia Monnet,
Littérature comparée / Comparative Literature,
Université de Montréal. Avec l’appui financier de / 

Funded by : L’Université de Montréal (Vice-rectorat à la recherche,
création et innovation; Vice-décanat à la recherche, FAS; Centre
d’études et relations internationales (CERIUM); Centre d’études
sur l’Asie de l’est (CETASE); Département de littérature comparée /
The University of Montreal (Vice-President’s Office for Research-Creation;
Faculty of Arts and Science’s Vice-Dean’s Office for Research-Creation;
Center for International Relations; Center for East Asian Studies;
Department of Comparative Literature)
Contact: Livia Monnet,


FAIRLIETALKFLYERWEBLondon: Dr Ian Fairlie talk 18 MARCH 2015
We are delighted to announce the following
talk by Dr Ian Fairlie: why NUCLEAR is
with discussion and questions afterwards
Ian is an independent consultant on radioactivity
in the environment:
Wednesday 18 March 2015, 19:00
Granville Community Kitchen, Granville Plus Centre,
80 Granville Road, Kilburn, London NW6 5RA
nearest tube: Queens Park or Kilburn Park
Please RSVP if you would like to attend so we can have an idea
of numbers:


Europe House, 32 Smith Street, London SW1P 3EU, 
Thursday 5 March 2015.  09:00 – 15:30 
The events takes place on the occasion of the
4th anniversary of the Fukushima disaster and
will include keynote speaker Tetsunari Iida,
Executive Director, Institute for Sustainable 

Energy Policies, Japan. The event will bring together experts from all 
over the world to discuss the impacts of Fukushima on Europe in light 
of the recent decision of the European Commission to allow the UK 
government to heavily subsidise a new nuclear reactor at Hinkley
Point C. It will include
detailed analysis of the impact of this decision on the
South West, including
a report on meeting the South West energy needs
from renewables and how
nuclear can undermine investment in renewables. 
Click here
for a full programme and timings. To attend the event or for further
please contact Amanda Williams, Regional Liaison Officer to
Molly Scott
Cato MEP, Tel: 07780 970621 or Email:

London: Those Who Go East
White Conduit Projects
March 10-15, 2015
Press Release  Program

Buy Ticket for The Otlith Group's
Screening of The Radiant
on March 13th, 7 to 9PM

 WALES: Remember Fukushima – 
Wednesday Morning 11.3.15, rush hour 
on the Menai Bridge, a peaceful protest 
marks four years since the explosions at 
nuclear power station Fukushima in Japan. 
People against Wylfa B's Robert Idris said
it's important to remember the thousands
of people forced to flee their homes in
Fukushima and the many workers who
risked their lives to prevent an even greater disaster, adding, “Bearing
in mind the nuclear emergency in Fukushima it's unacceptable that
politicians in Wales and England are sleep walking into approving a
new generation of nuclear power stations at Hinkley Point, Sizewell,
Wylfa and Oldbury." Contact through FB group.


Glasgow: Wednesday 11 march 2015 from 6.30pm, Wellington Church,
77 Southpark Avenue, Glasgow, G12 8LE.
To mark the fourth anniversary
of the Tohoku (East Japan) Earthquake, this Japan Matters event will be
held jointly by Japanese Matsuri for Glasgow and Japan Desk Scotland,
with a grant from the Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation, and be supported
by Wellington Church. Japan Desk Scotland’s 3rd documentary on the
environmental radiation in Fukushima will screen, and a hymn by Rev.
Wellington's Rev.David Sinclair for those affected by the Earthquake and
Tsunami, will be sung; he'll offer a prayer.  Free and open to the public.


Sydney: Six days of Fukushima love. Click images
(then click again) for full size in English and Japanese,
with all details. Contact: sydneyrainbows@gmail

Adelaide: Fukushima Memorial
at Parliament House Steps

Wednesday, March 11, 10 AM
Join Conservation SA on the steps
of Parliament House to acknowledge
four years since the beginning of the
Fukushima nuclear disaster.
Contact: Facebook page.

Auckland: The 11th of March 2015
marks the 4th anniversary of the triple  
meltdown at Fukushima Daiichi in Japan,
the single worst industrial accident in the
history of our beautiful wee planet.

We will hang our banner in the morning
peak traffic,
and in the evening peak at Over bridge at Parnel pools,
Tamaki Drike,  Auckland; and during the day we will stand outside the
Japanese consulate in Shortland St. A long day, 7:00am - 7:00pm in UTC+13
Click here for Facebook event page. Contact: 

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                                       Fukushima Information

These are reliable information sources for Fukushima nuclear accident 
and aftermath, all with searchable databases to research any particular 
areas of interest for your letter.
Fukushima Diary
EX-SKF Blogspot
Simply Info
Japan Safety
Fukushima Is Still News

The reality in Japan, written by Japanese:
World Network for Saving Children from Radiation
Dissensus Japan (nothing recent, but well worth it)
Fukushmima Voice (health issues Japan)

Book on Fukushima nuclear disaster, providing context:

The Devil's Tango: How I learned the Fukushima Step by Step

There are many other sources of information on the Internet, some solid,
some spreading baseless rumors and disinformation both pro- and 

anti- nuclear. Check on their sources for news and data, and parse it 
out for yourself. Good luck and keep your eyes and your heart open.

This section is still "under construction" and will be updated daily. 

I apologize for anything left out. Thank you for your forbearance.