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Redeye Collective | In 2011, the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear reactor in Japan experienced a triple meltdown. Japanese officials still don't have a clear idea of what has happened inside the reactor.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | As the climate warms and storms increase in intensity, the world's coastlines are becoming increasingly vulnerable. Mangrove forests once ringed the oceans and protected inland areas from flooding.
Blog
David Suzuki | In the wake of the Fukushima nuclear disaster, some people have sworn off eating seafood from the Pacific Ocean. What does the science say?
Podcast
Redeye
Jane Williams | A conference on March 10-11 explores the repercussions of the disaster at the Fukushima nuclear reactor. We ask Arnie Gundersen what we know and what we are not being told.
RabbleTV
Japanese government underestimating risks facing Fukushima's nuclear plant
Russia Today | The nuclear security forum in Vienna is expected to slam the Japanese government for underestimating risks facing Fukushima's nuclear plant, and for a slow response to the events.
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Redeye
Sean Mullen | Gordon Edwards talks to Redeye about what's happening with the earthquake-stricken power station in Fukushima. Gordon Edwards is president of the Canadian Coalition for Nuclear Responsibility.
RabbleTV
Humberto DaSilva | 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.