Since the Fukushima nuclear disaster, a forceful grassroots movement has grown to permanently decommission all of Japan's nuclear power plants.
Japanese earthquake and tsunami
Noreen Mae Ritsema
An impressive group of Toronto poets have come together to create a poem in response to the recent devastation in Japan.
Sakyo Noda blogs from the waters near the crippled Fukushima power plants in Japan. Greenpeace is currently complying with government restrictions in testing fish and sea water for radiation.
People's Health Radio
We talk to Glenn Alcalay about the history of U.S. nuclear testing on the Marshall Islands, and Physicians for Global Survival.
The earthquake and the tsunami were natural tragedies. But, Humberto DaSilva argues: the Fukushima nuclear plant should not have been built by an ocean fault.
What was lost and never talked about.
A small earthquake hits Ontario and Quebec. Pickering nuclear power plant dumps radioactive water. The same government planning nuclear reactors also plans our disaster response. What could go wrong?
Tyler Bryant and Ian Hanington
As the Japan catastrophe shows, nuclear is far from a benign source of energy. The need to properly assess the impacts of our energy options and seek a sustainable future is more important than ever.
The disaster deepens at the Fukushima complex in the aftermath of the largest recorded earthquake in Japanese history and the tsunami that followed, killing thousands.
What is happening at Fukushima's nuclear reactors was avoidable, unlike the horrific earthquake and tsunami.