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Wednesday
Nov092011

Give to the Max Day is winding down....

But the gifts to Beyond Nuclear are not. And that's good! Please keep them coming.  We aren't top of the charts but we are doing quite nicely so please help us reach $5,000 before midnight! Here's where to go to make a donation. http://give2max.razoo.com/story/Beyondnuclear-Give.

Our Freeze our Fukushimas campaign is launching and we'd also like to bring more Japanese mothers, farmers and other activists back to the US to update us on efforts in Fukushima to prevent the spread of radioactive waste and to help the children, especially, safely evacuate out of harms way. And we need to support our Japanese friends in preventing a restart of Japan's reactors while we also work at home to shut down our own Fukushimas and stop new reactor construction and new uranium mines. Every dollar you send better helps us to achieve these goals. 

Thank you from the Beyond Nuclear team!

 

Tuesday
Nov082011

Just over 12 hours to go!!

It's almost Give to the Max Day! Starting at 12:01 am on Wednesday, November 19, we'll be trying to raise a record number of gifts, large and small. Please tell your friends and ask them to make a gift to Beyond Nuclear tomorrow. Every gift counts, no matter how small. See our page and support Freeze our Fukushimas in the US; the brave mothers of Japan fighting to safeguard Fukushima's children; and our year-long work to replace nuclear power with safe, clean, renewable energy, energy efficiency and conservation!

Tuesday
Nov082011

Researcher Marco Kaltofen discusses airborne radioactive particles from Fukushima

Friday
Nov042011

Beyond Nuclear and NIRS at the Japanese Embassy

Representatives from Beyond Nuclear and NIRS delivered the Japan Concerned Mothers' petition to the Embassy of Japan in Washington DC in solidarity with them and the 6,000+ international signers asking for a halt to the incineration and mobilization of radioactive waste from Fukushima. In addition, a letter of concern was delivered signed by US citizens asking that Japan immediately halt the incineration of this radioactive waste to prevent further contamination of the United States from the Fukushima disaster. For more on the Japanese women's protest activities, see: www.oneworldnonukes.org.

Friday
Nov042011

Most Japanese want an end to nuclear

A new poll by NHK shows that 70% of the Japanese public want to reduce or abolish nuclear power in the future. About 2,600 randomly selected adults were polled nationwide over 3 days through October 30th.
1,775 people responded. According to NHK, 24 percent of respondents said all nuclear power plants should be shut down and 42 percent said the number should be reduced. 23 percent said the existing facilities should be maintained and 2 percent said they want more nuclear plants.49 percent of respondents said they are very afraid of another nuclear accident and 37 percent are worried to a certain extent.