Japanese Emperor Akihito offered encouragement Wednesday to people still working to rebuild their lives from the devastating 2011 tsunami and earthquake.
Unfortunately, as the following recent headlines from Ene News show, things are only getting worse...
Children in Fukushima are getting fatter as outdoor activities have been cut in the area due to radiation fears after last year’s nuclear disaster, a Japanese government report said Tuesday.
Japanese company Hitachi has unveiled a new remote-controlled robot designed for lifting duties in radioactive areas of Japan's crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant.
Cash earmarked for Japan’s tsunami reconstruction ‘misspent’ according to government audit
Radiation levels in most kinds of fish caught off the coast of Fukushima haven't declined in the year following Japan's nuclear disaster, it has emerged. Researchers believe that deposits of cesium on the seafloor or leakage from the damaged reactors
TEPCO, operator of the Fukushima nuclear facility, failed to confirm that radiation leaks at the plant had fully stopped.
Though the mainstream media has long since abandoned the issue, the precarious situation at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power facility in Japan is only continuing to worsen, according to a prominent Japanese official.
If you, like me, live on the West Coast of the USA, it’s probably too late, and you may as well just go on in your ignorance.
“I offered a silent prayer for the 18th time today. A year and a half has passed but we don’t know what is really going on inside the R1, 2 & 3. No progress has been made.”
The first serious indications of the ecosystem impact of the Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan are in, and they’re troubling.
Harmless traces of radioactive cesium have been discovered in fish and seawater in several areas of Japan
Thousands of people are expected to form a “human chain” around Japan’s parliament on Sunday as part of demonstrations aimed at ending nuclear power after last year’s atomic crisis at Fukushima.
A company charged with decontaminating the devastated Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant encouraged its workers to falsely lower their radiation dosimeter readings by covering the devices with lead
The conclusion of a report of a Japanese parliamentary panel issued last week that the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant disaster was rooted in government-industry "collusion" and thus was "man-made" is mirrored throughout the world.
We’ve extensively documented the fact that ocean currents bring Japanese radiation to the West Coast of North America, and that – rather than adequate ocean dilution - there could be “pockets” and “streams” of highly-concentrated radiation.
TEPCO, government faulted for betraying public; report cites self-interested decisions before and after disaster
Japan's Fukushima nuclear crisis was a preventable disaster resulting from "collusion" among the government, regulators and the plant operator, an expert panel said, wrapping up an inquiry into the worst nuclear accident in 25 years.
Engineers were Sunday readying to refire a nuclear reactor, despite growing public protests in the aftermath of meltdowns at Fukushima, ending nearly two months in which Japan was nuclear-free.
Japan’s Kansai Electric Power Company has restarted a reactor at its Ohi nuclear power plant after a 15 month break.
Levels of radiation at Fukushima's reactor number 1 were at record levels on Wednesday, Agence France-Presse reports.
Japan's tsunami-caused nuclear disaster at the Fukushima energy complex in March 2011, in which three atomic reactors were heavily damaged, continues to wreak havoc on ecosystems - in the U.S.
Japanese authorities failed to disclose US data on the spread of radiation from the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant last year, a cabinet minister says.
Japan’s Fukushima Child Victims’ Law – Why Allow Chlidren to Live in Hot Zones?
Into the Pacific Ocean or the ground, of course — Who can comprehend the magnitude of radioactive contamination that threatens never to end?
Chris Pallister of the Gulf of Alaska Keeper Organization: "This is more hazardous than oil"
Bluefin tuna has carried radioactive contamination that leaked from Japan's crippled nuclear plant to the shores of the United States 6,000 miles away.
All of Japan's 50 nuclear reactors are currently offline--for now, anyway.
After shutting down its last reactor, Japan is now even more heavily dependent on imported oil, gas, and coal.
Experts say acknowledging the threat would call into question the safety of dozens of identically designed nuclear power plants in the U.S.