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edwards-flyer March 28, 2017, Fukushima Min-yu News

Iitate village in Fukushima has introduced two new radiation monitoring posts in hopes of restoring the community. Each monitoring post has a big message sign saying "Welcome back home!" and "Please come again!".

The installment of the new monitoring posts (16,400,000 yen or $147,500) was funded by the Reconstruction Agency of Japan.

Iitate village already has 150 radiation monitoring spots, and their locations and the radiation levels can be viewed online.

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edwards-flyer Fukushima and NYC: Challenges of Nuclear Waste
Public event, March 10, 2017

Dr. Gordon Edwards
, a renowned nuclear expert and the president of the Canadian Coalition for Nuclear Responsibility (www.ccnr.org), discusses the risks and challenges with health, safety, environment and other issues associated with nuclear waste management. Come and find out prospects in the decommissioning of the Indian Point nuclear reactors, and more.

Yasuyo Tanaka, a New York-based artist and environmentalist, talks about decontamination of radiation in the disaster areas in Fukushima. (http://yasuyoart.blogspot.com)

A message from Naoko Suzuki, a Fukushima evacuee, reporting health and housing issues, 6 years after the nuclear accident.


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