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  • #4 Spent Fuel Pool « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    22 spent fuel rods from 4 reactor pool The cask will be moved to the other storage pool The remaining spent fuel rods are 1489 and it will take a year to complete More information please read this New York Times article Removing Fuel Rods Poses New Risks at Crippled Nuclear Plant in Japan http nyti ms 19c2BYR The video and photographs are provided by Tepco Post navigation Older posts Top Posts Pages 2014 April Hibakusha Stories Global Health and Environment in the Post 2015 Agenda Lessons from the Fukushima nuclear accident Radioactive Rubbles have reached to the Kitakyushu incinerator plant in the south island of Japan Recent Posts 2015 April Hibakusha Stories January 11 2016 2015 May A Concert for Disarmament May 27 2015 2014 May Hibakusha Stories November 24 2014 2014 April Hibakusha Stories November 17 2014 Global Health and Environment in the Post 2015 Agenda Lessons from the Fukushima nuclear accident July 30 2014 CFF Original Supporter Perk T shirt June 12 2014 Godzilla as Metaphor for Nuclear Anxiety 60th Anniversary Release April 25 2014 Upcoming CFF Live Streaming Events from NYC April 24 2014 EXPLORE THE FUNCTION OF FREE WILL April 5 2014 THE REVOLUTION HAS TO COME FROM YOU March 29 2014 Recent Comments 速報 295 日本のメルトダウン on Archive Footage of the NYC Pre Alex on Global Health and Environment Anonymous on Acabar con la incineración de More Proof That We A on Global Health and Environment Japan Newspaper Th on Global Health and Environment Meta Register Log in Entries RSS Comments RSS Blog at WordPress com Instagram By ERFNYC Archives January 2016 May 2015 November 2014 July 2014 June 2014 April 2014 March 2014 February 2014 January 2014 December 2013 November 2013 August 2013 July 2013 June 2013 May 2013 March 2013 January 2013

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  • Hiroaki Koide « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    of Medicine and Dentistry New Jersey Confirmed speakers include Dr Tim Mousseau Professor of Biological Sciences University of South Carolina Chernobyl Fukushima and Other Hot Places Biological Consequences Ken Buesseler Marine Scientist Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute Consequences for the Ocean of the Fukushima Dai ichi Nuclear Power Plant Accident David Lochbaum The Union of Concerned Scientists Another Unsurprising Surprise Dr Wladimir Wertelecki President of the Board OMNI Net Ukraine Child Development Programs current Professor of Biomedical Anthropology Adjunct Graduate Program in Biomedical Anthropology State University of New York at Binghamton NY 2011 Former Chair of the Department of Medical Genetics and Birth Defects University of South Alabama 1974 2010 Congenital Malformations in Rivne Polossia and the Chernobyl Accident Dr Marek Niedziela Professor of Pediatrics Poznan Poland University of Medical Sciences Differential diagnosis of ultrasonographic thyroid lesions in children Dr Alexy Yablokov Russian Academy of Sciences Lessons from Chernobyl Akio Matsumura Founder of the Global Forum of Spiritual and Parliamentary Leaders What did the World Learn from the Fukushima Accident Robert Alvarez Senior Scholar Institute for Policy Studies formerly of DoE Management of Spent Fuel Pools and Radioactive Waste Arnie Gundersen Nuclear Engineer Fairewinds Associates What Did They Know and When Did They Know It Dr David Brenner Higgins Professor Radiation Biophysics College of Physicians and Surgeons Columbia University Mechanistic Models for Effects of Ionizing Radiation on Living Systems Dr Steven Wing Associate Professor Epidemiology Gillings School of Global Public Health University North Carolina Epidemiologic studies of radiation releases from nuclear facilities Lessons past and present Steven Starr Senior Scientist Physicians for Social Responsibility Clinical Laboratory Science Program Director University of Missouri The implications of the massive contamination of Japan with radioactive cesium David Freeman Engineer and Attorney Former Chairman of TVA Office of Science and Technology in charge of energy and the environment in the Johnson White House and for 2 years under Nixon The Rise and Fall of Nuclear Power Dr Ian Fairlie Radiation Biologist and Independent Consultant on Radiation Risks Former Scientific Secretary to UK Government s Committee Examining Radiation Risks from Internal Emitters The Nuclear Disaster at Fukushima Nuclear Source Terms Initial Health Effects Andrew S Kanter MD MPH FACMI Immediate Past President of Physicians for Social Responsibility Moderator Health Effects Panel Dr Hisako Sakiyama Doctor of Medicine Former Senior Researcher in National Institute Radiological Sciences Member of Fukushima Nuclear Accident Independent Investigative Commission Risk Assessment of Low Dose Radiation in Japan What Became Clear to The National Diet of Japan Fukushima Nuclear Accident Independent Investigation Commission Dr Herbert Abrams Stanford University Emeritus Professor Radiology Stanford University Member Biological Effects of Ionizing Radiation Committee National Academy Sciences BEIR V11 The Hazards of Low level Ionizing Radiation Controversy and Evidence Kevin Kamps Specialist in High Level Waste Management and Transportation Beyond Nuclear Seventy Years of Radioactive Risks in Japan and America Joseph Mangano Executive Director Radiation and Public Health Project speaking on a new article about increases in newborn hypothyroidism Mary Olson Nuclear Information and Resource Service Southeast

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  • Internal Exposure « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    still being released into the environment air soil and ocean from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant Many citizens still live in areas where the radiation level is dangerously high The Japanese government continues to keep its citizens in harms way by applying a 20mSv per year standard to establish evacuation zones Citizens in the rest of Japan also remain in danger of being exposed to unsafe levels of radiation due to widespread radiological contamination from the accident food safety standards that are not strict enough to protect children and the Japanese government continuing to burn and bury the radioactive disaster debris in municipalities across the nation SPEAKERS Hiroaki Koide Nuclear Reactor Specialist and Assistant Professor at Kyoto University Research Reactor Institute After realizing in 1970 that nuclear power was extremely dangerous Mr Koide dedicated over 40 years of his career to educate the nuclear industry and the general public to stop nuclear reactors in Japan After the nuclear disaster in Fukushima he gained rock star status due to his tireless efforts in providing detailed analysis and honest suggestions to the Japanese community about the extent of the disaster He will speak about the extremely dangerous conditions at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant including the concerns regarding the damaged Unit 4 irradiated fuel pool Dr Junro Fuse Internist and head of Kosugi Medical Clinic near Tokyo Japan In June 2011 he started to use social media as the main tool to educate the general public on risks associated with radiation exposure He will discuss unusual medical symptoms among their patients after the nuclear accidents issues within the Japanese medical communities to protect citizens from the disaster health risks in association to the burning of radioactive tsunami debris and his concerns with the current food safety standards in Japan Dr Ken Nakayama Orthopedic Surgeon from Japan Following the 3 11 earthquake he entered the exclusion zone in Fukushima for three days as a member of the government s Disaster Medical Assistance Team to rescue patients abandoned at a hospital In December 2011 he spoke in a press conference in Osaka along with Dr Fuse in opposition to the government policy for incinerating tsunami rubbles across the country Dr Andy Kanter MD MPH President of the Board of Directors of Physicians for Social Responsibility has studied radioactive plume projections from nuclear reactor accident scenarios and other public health impacts of nuclear radiation dispersion He is the director of Health Information Systems Medical Informatics for the Millennium Villages Project for the Earth Institute at Columbia University as well as an Asst Prof for Clinical Biomedical Informatics and Clinical Epidemiology at Columbia University Will speak about the need for accurate and timely information regarding exposure to radioactivity in order to protect and promote public health CO SPONSORING ORGANIZATIONS VOICES FOR LIVELY SPRING Founded in December 2011 Voices for Lively Spring is a Japanese advocacy group for safe environment working to save lives of Japanese people in the post Fukushima era It hosts seminars

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  • Archive Footage of the NYC Press Conference May 4th 2012 « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    health risks in association to the burning of radioactive tsunami debris and his concerns with the current food safety standards in Japan Dr Ken Nakayama Orthopedic Surgeon from Japan Following the 3 11 earthquake he entered the exclusion zone in Fukushima for three days as a member of the government s Disaster Medical Assistance Team to rescue patients abandoned at a hospital In December 2011 he spoke in a press conference in Osaka along with Dr Fuse in opposition to the government policy for incinerating tsunami rubbles across the country Dr Andy Kanter MD MPH President of the Board of Directors of Physicians for Social Responsibility has studied radioactive plume projections from nuclear reactor accident scenarios and other public health impacts of nuclear radiation dispersion He is the director of Health Information Systems Medical Informatics for the Millennium Villages Project for the Earth Institute at Columbia University as well as an Asst Prof for Clinical Biomedical Informatics and Clinical Epidemiology at Columbia University Will speak about the need for accurate and timely information regarding exposure to radioactivity in order to protect and promote public health CO SPONSORING ORGANIZATIONS VOICES FOR LIVELY SPRING Founded in December 2011 Voices for Lively Spring is a Japanese advocacy group for safe environment working to save lives of Japanese people in the post Fukushima era It hosts seminars by renown scientists and journalists in large cities between Tokyo and Osaka and sends instructors to local study groups to teach a radiation protection course in Shizuoka Prefecture which is Japan s focal point of the radioactive debris issue at the moment PHYSICIANS FOR SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY Physicians for Social Responsibility PSR advocates for sound public health policies regarding exposure to radioactive and other toxic materials Fukushima presents an immediate challenge to protect those individuals most endangered by exposure to dangerous levels of radioactivity and to adequately and openly track the health consequences of the ongoing irradiation of populations PSR was founded in 1961 and succeeded in achieving the Limited Nuclear Test Ban Treaty that ended the global radioactive contamination produced by atmospheric nuclear bomb testing PSR shared in the 1985 Nobel Peace Prize awarded to International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War IPPNW for building public pressure to push their governments to end the nuclear arms race HUMAN RIGHTS NOW Human Rights Now HRN is an international NGO based in Tokyo with more than 700 members composed of lawyers scholars and journalists HRN dedicates itself to the protection and promotion of human rights To raise awareness of the situation in Fukushima after the nuclear accident HRN organized a human rights forum in March 2012 at the UN Church Center in conjunction with the 56th United Nations Commission on the Status of Women Mothers and children who were evacuated from Fukushima spoke about the great and ongoing disruption of their lives Our goal is to inform the international community about the ongoing crisis and advocate for the protection of communities in Japan 2012 Copy Rights Voices for

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  • Archive Footage of the NYC Press Conference May 4th 2012 « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    health risks in association to the burning of radioactive tsunami debris and his concerns with the current food safety standards in Japan Dr Ken Nakayama Orthopedic Surgeon from Japan Following the 3 11 earthquake he entered the exclusion zone in Fukushima for three days as a member of the government s Disaster Medical Assistance Team to rescue patients abandoned at a hospital In December 2011 he spoke in a press conference in Osaka along with Dr Fuse in opposition to the government policy for incinerating tsunami rubbles across the country Dr Andy Kanter MD MPH President of the Board of Directors of Physicians for Social Responsibility has studied radioactive plume projections from nuclear reactor accident scenarios and other public health impacts of nuclear radiation dispersion He is the director of Health Information Systems Medical Informatics for the Millennium Villages Project for the Earth Institute at Columbia University as well as an Asst Prof for Clinical Biomedical Informatics and Clinical Epidemiology at Columbia University Will speak about the need for accurate and timely information regarding exposure to radioactivity in order to protect and promote public health CO SPONSORING ORGANIZATIONS VOICES FOR LIVELY SPRING Founded in December 2011 Voices for Lively Spring is a Japanese advocacy group for safe environment working to save lives of Japanese people in the post Fukushima era It hosts seminars by renown scientists and journalists in large cities between Tokyo and Osaka and sends instructors to local study groups to teach a radiation protection course in Shizuoka Prefecture which is Japan s focal point of the radioactive debris issue at the moment PHYSICIANS FOR SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY Physicians for Social Responsibility PSR advocates for sound public health policies regarding exposure to radioactive and other toxic materials Fukushima presents an immediate challenge to protect those individuals most endangered by exposure to dangerous levels of radioactivity and to adequately and openly track the health consequences of the ongoing irradiation of populations PSR was founded in 1961 and succeeded in achieving the Limited Nuclear Test Ban Treaty that ended the global radioactive contamination produced by atmospheric nuclear bomb testing PSR shared in the 1985 Nobel Peace Prize awarded to International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War IPPNW for building public pressure to push their governments to end the nuclear arms race HUMAN RIGHTS NOW Human Rights Now HRN is an international NGO based in Tokyo with more than 700 members composed of lawyers scholars and journalists HRN dedicates itself to the protection and promotion of human rights To raise awareness of the situation in Fukushima after the nuclear accident HRN organized a human rights forum in March 2012 at the UN Church Center in conjunction with the 56th United Nations Commission on the Status of Women Mothers and children who were evacuated from Fukushima spoke about the great and ongoing disruption of their lives Our goal is to inform the international community about the ongoing crisis and advocate for the protection of communities in Japan 2012 Copy Rights Voices for

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  • BURNING OF RADIOACTIVE DISASTER DEBRIS « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    60 000 70 000 tons through March 2014 The debris in Ishinomaki shi Miyagi prefecture in Northern Japan Tohoku will be transported to Kitakyushu City in the south island of Japan Kyushu by a carrying vessel There are three incinerator plants and will be buried in Wakamatsu Ward landfill in Kitakyushu City This action will be the very first one in the entire Western part of Japan where the regions are relatively unaffected by Fukushima Dai ichi Nuclear accident Please sign the petition below to stop burning radioactive disaster debris Landfill in Wakamatsu ward Post navigation Older posts Top Posts Pages 2014 April Hibakusha Stories Global Health and Environment in the Post 2015 Agenda Lessons from the Fukushima nuclear accident Radioactive Rubbles have reached to the Kitakyushu incinerator plant in the south island of Japan Recent Posts 2015 April Hibakusha Stories January 11 2016 2015 May A Concert for Disarmament May 27 2015 2014 May Hibakusha Stories November 24 2014 2014 April Hibakusha Stories November 17 2014 Global Health and Environment in the Post 2015 Agenda Lessons from the Fukushima nuclear accident July 30 2014 CFF Original Supporter Perk T shirt June 12 2014 Godzilla as Metaphor for Nuclear Anxiety 60th Anniversary Release April 25 2014 Upcoming CFF Live Streaming Events from NYC April 24 2014 EXPLORE THE FUNCTION OF FREE WILL April 5 2014 THE REVOLUTION HAS TO COME FROM YOU March 29 2014 Recent Comments 速報 295 日本のメルトダウン on Archive Footage of the NYC Pre Alex on Global Health and Environment Anonymous on Acabar con la incineración de More Proof That We A on Global Health and Environment Japan Newspaper Th on Global Health and Environment Meta Register Log in Entries RSS Comments RSS Blog at WordPress com Instagram By ERFNYC Archives January 2016 May 2015 November 2014

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  • 2014 November « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    including encounters with survivors during recent trips to Hiroshima and Nagasaki Mr Tomihisa Taue Mayor of Nagasaki will be among special guests at the event Presented By Japan Society Youth Arts New York Hibakusha Stories Peace Boat Interpreters Rachel Clark Marie Cochrane Videotaped Edited By East River Films Inc A student in Hiroshima when the atomic bomb was dropped Reiko Yamada saw a flash in the sky and was thrown to the ground by the force of the blast Her sister fortuitously home sick survived while all of her classmates who were mobilized to work in the city center that day perished Ms Yamada vividly remembers and recounts the suffering she observed in her family and neighbors and now is an outspoken critic of atomic weapons Michio Hakariya was at his house located 3 8 km away from the hypocenter when he experienced the bomb flash and bomb blast He sought refuge in an air raid shelter nearby and avoided further exposure to radiation After the war he taught in high schools for 36 years Participation in the 2nd Peace Boat Hibakusha Project in fall 2009 was the starting point for him to start telling his story Mr Hakariya joined the Nagasaki Foundation for the Promotion of Peace to give his testimony and he continues to talk about the true nature of nuclear weapons to young people traveling himself to South East Asia and around the world to do so Clifton Truman Daniel is the oldest grandson of 33rd U S President Harry S Truman and the honorary chairman of the Truman Library Institute in Independence MO A former journalist and public relations executive Mr Daniel is the author of two books on his grandparents Growing Up With My Grandfather Memories of Harry S Truman Birch Lane Press 1995 and Dear Harry Love Bess Bess Truman s Letters to Harry Truman 1919 1943 Truman State University Press 2011 He is currently at work on a book on the survivors of Hiroshima and Nagasaki Dedicated to bringing living history into the classroom in the last three years Hibakusha Stories an initiative of Youth Arts New York passes the legacy of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki to a new generation and empowers them with tools to build a world free of nuclear weapons The organization has brought atomic bomb survivors to over 10 000 high school students throughout the metro area Founded in 1907 Japan Society is a multidisciplinary hub for global leaders artists scholars educators and English and Japanese speaking audiences At the Society more than 100 events each year feature sophisticated topically relevant presentations of Japanese art and culture and open critical dialogue on issues of vital importance to the U S Japan and East Asia An American nonprofit nonpolitical organization the Society cultivates a constructive resonant and dynamic relationship between the people of the U S and Japan 2014 East River Films Inc All Rights Reserved World Wide Post navigation Newer posts Top Posts Pages 2014 April

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  • 2014 April « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    atomic bomb against Hiroshima and Nagasaki Two survivors Ms Reiko Yamada survivor of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Mr Michio Hakariya survivor of the 1945 atomic bombing of Nagasaki share their reflections remembrances and personal testimonies with Truman s grandson Mr Clifton Truman Daniel Mr Daniel will recount his own journey toward understanding this event including encounters with survivors during recent trips to Hiroshima and Nagasaki Invited high school groups will be at Japan Society to hear these eyewitness accounts and reflect on the events that shape their own personal narratives Mr Tomihisa Taue Mayor of Nagasaki and Mr Kazumi Matsui Mayor of Hiroshima will be among the guests Past Hibakusha Stories program on Cinema Forum Fukushima Post navigation Older posts Newer posts Top Posts Pages 2014 April Hibakusha Stories Global Health and Environment in the Post 2015 Agenda Lessons from the Fukushima nuclear accident Radioactive Rubbles have reached to the Kitakyushu incinerator plant in the south island of Japan Recent Posts 2015 April Hibakusha Stories January 11 2016 2015 May A Concert for Disarmament May 27 2015 2014 May Hibakusha Stories November 24 2014 2014 April Hibakusha Stories November 17 2014 Global Health and Environment in the Post 2015 Agenda Lessons from the Fukushima nuclear accident July 30 2014 CFF Original Supporter Perk T shirt June 12 2014 Godzilla as Metaphor for Nuclear Anxiety 60th Anniversary Release April 25 2014 Upcoming CFF Live Streaming Events from NYC April 24 2014 EXPLORE THE FUNCTION OF FREE WILL April 5 2014 THE REVOLUTION HAS TO COME FROM YOU March 29 2014 Recent Comments 速報 295 日本のメルトダウン on Archive Footage of the NYC Pre Alex on Global Health and Environment Anonymous on Acabar con la incineración de More Proof That We A on Global Health and Environment Japan Newspaper Th on

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