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Tagung Yokohama 14.-15. Januar 2012: Global Conference for a Nuclear Power Free World

Veröffentlicht von Textinitiative am 09.01.2012
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“The Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami, and the accident at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, have both had a dramatic impact around the world. In response to this massive disaster and its tragic consequences to people's lives and environment, the people of Japan are trying to take steps towards recovery. Meanwhile, the nuclear power plant is still unstable and workers are forced to continue working in life-threatening conditions. As the radioactive contamination spreads, many people including children are forced to suffer from prolonged radiation exposure, unable to evacuate due to lack of support from the government.

It is vital that we do not continue to make the same mistakes. It is now time for humanity to put an end to the nuclear age that started with Hiroshima and Nagasaki. In Japan, well over half the population now supports the goal of breaking away from nuclear power. However, many people question whether it is practically possible to bring nuclear power to an end. For these reasons and more, a coalition of Japan-based organizations will hold the Global Conference for a Nuclear Power Free World”.

The Organizing Committee is made up of the Citizens' Nuclear Information Centre, FoE Japan, Green Action, Greenpeace Japan, the Institute for Sustainable Energy Policies and Peace Boat.

aktuelles Programm: HIER

Die Weltkonferenz über Ausstieg aus der Atomkraft wird z.T. über den Internet-Sender "Our Planet TV" zu verfolgen sein: .

Eine internationale Pressekonferenz hat bereits stattgefunden (u.a. mit deutschen Teilnehmern wie der Politikerin Rebecca Harms). Darüber wird hier berichtet:; teilweise kann sie gesehen werden unter:

Alle Events der Konferenz werden direkt auf der Seite über verschiedene Channels unter zu sehen sein.

Links :


Global Conference For A Nuclear Power Free World
Peace Boat, B1 3-13-1 Takadanobaba,
Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo-to, 169-0075

Tel:+81 03-3363-7561 Fax:+81 03-3363-7562

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