Antinuclear

Australian news, and some related international items

Fukushima nuclear disaster anniversary, and news this week

Japan and the sporting world are cheerfully preparing for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. It will bring in 32.3 trillion yen. And goody – they’re going to have trans gender toilets! Forget about Fukushima. That’s all fixed up. But, actually, – No!  Fukushima remains a lurking global catastrophe. Despite the propaganda, Fukushima nuclear clean-up is not under control.

Fukushima nuclear disaster evacuees pressured to return to contaminated homes.  About 40 percent of 42 local leaders along the coasts of Iwate, Miyagi and Fukushima prefectures doubt their areas will recover by the time of the 2020 Tokyo Games due to the ongoing Fukushima nuclear crisis. Link between the Fukushima nuclear meltdown and thyroid cancer in children?. Roaming, radioactive boars slow the return of Japan’s nuclear refugees. Financial crunch time looms for Fukushima’s ‘voluntary evacuees’.

AUSTRALIA

CLIMATE and RENEWABLE ENERGY   (I’ve left out heaps here)  State of the Environment report says climate change impact on Australia may be irreversible. Australia’s record-breaking summer heat linked directly to climate change.  Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (Apra) could require financial institutions to test climate risks.  Australia’s peak farming group asks govt to consider emissions trading scheme.

In 2017, Australia has already 43% increase in solar rooftop installations.  Already cheaper than grid: – Solar and Storage.

NUCLEAR South Australian Liberal Party condemns the plan to import nuclear wastes.

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March 12, 2017 - Posted by | Christina reviews

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