There are plenty of new documentary films, articles and radio programs worth watching, reading and listening about Chernobyl and Fukushima disasters.
One of them is a film by CBC that follows how the ordinary people and local scientists have survived and worked since the accident. IAEA and WHO don't really get many positive words of the way these organisations have downplayed the nuclear accident and the health effects it has caused.
Link - CBC-YOUTUBE:
A really good and informative presentation held by a Japanese nuclear scientist Dr. Hiroaki Koide is now available here:
Link - ENENEWS:
Senior Nuclear Engineer Arnie Gundersen was interviewed about FD-accident and nuclear power in general.
You'll find the interview link here:
Link - ENENEWS:
An anti-nuclear campaign video can be shared through this link - worth watching:
Link - BE PART OF THE MOVEMENT:
By the way: have you already changed to a non-nuclear, green powered power company as an electrical power customer? Just do it right now. Show the nuclear power companies that we have influence. They are building their new reactors with OUR MONEY. If we say NO they have to abandon nuclear power and go to renewables. In Finland we have a long expensive TV-add run by FORTUM, a massive nuclear power company. In the add they tell they are studying if solar power is suitable for northern countries. But I think the main reason for making such an expensive advertising is just the great amount of customers voting with their feet and becoming customers of real green energy, nuclear-free power companies. The big atom-boys are now frightened of loosing market shares to renewables!
A new article by Professor Karl Grossman deals with old nuclear reactors relicencing issues - are we inviting next atomic catastrophy by doing it? Worth reading!
Link - HUFFINGTONPOST: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/karl-grossman/nuclear-regulatory-commission_b_1565916.html
Also Harvey Wassermans piece is worth reading: What about Fukushima sushi - find out by reading it!
Link - HUFFINGTONPOST: