Tag Archives: Helen Caldicott

Fukushima Symposium

Earlier this week there was a two-day symposium, held at The New York Academy of Medicine and titled The Medical and Ecological Consequences of the Fukushima Nuclear Accident. It was a project of the Helen Caldicott Foundation (here). Caldicott arranged … Continue reading

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Dr Caldicott’s final podcast and atomic guinea pigs

If You Love This Planet was a weekly podcast by Dr Helen Caldicott. It was started four-and-a-half years ago and since then there have been 197 programmes covering environmental issues. If You Love This Planet was carried by a large … Continue reading

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Fukushima – sorry about the doom and gloom, but…

It’s a sad fact that most of the mainstream media continue to ignore the ongoing nuclear disaster in Japan. For instance, last August, fish that were caught 20 kilometres north of the Fukushima plant were found to have cesium levels … Continue reading

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