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This is a special report about the motherfuckin resistance down under. It was recently revealed that Australian uranium was used to fuel the Fukushima nuclear power plant. But the meltdown in Japan has not stopped the wholesale Australian uranium exports, including selling the mineral to countries like India that have not signed up to the non-proliferation treaty. Join us this week as we talk to Izzy Brown of Combat Wombat. And check out our report about the anti-nuclear resistance in Japan.
program date:Fri, 03/09/2012
Short Description:Fukushima after One Year - KBOO's Joe Meyer Interviews Paul Gunter of Beyond Nuclear
Dispatch #2 of Stop the Flows focuses on the burgeoning anti-nuke movement in Japan, following the disaster at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. Truth be told I had larger plans for this dispatch. But with time and resources lacking, I could only scratch the surface of not just the anti-nuke movement, but of the anarchist and activist scene in Japan. So what you see here is nearly a glimpse into the world of the folks who will end nuclear power in Japan for good.
program: Evening News program date: Thu, 12/22/2011 Short Description: Nuclear Plant Safety Violations The Nuclear Regulatory Commission, or N-R-C, recently announced that it cited the Hanford Nuclear Reservation for safety violations in connection with five events last year. Energy Northwest, which operates the reactor, is applying to relicense the reactor for another twenty years, and received the NCR’s safety report on November 2nd. KBOO reporter Joe Lino spoke with Gerry Pollet, executive director for Heart of America, the Hanford nuclear watchdog organization. 4:08 minutes (3.78 MB)
program: Evening News program date: Thu, 12/01/2011 Short Description: Hanford Nuclear Discussions in Portland A recently held meeting in Portland aimed to gather comment on the Hanford site, a nuclear production complex on the Columbia river, and the most contaminated nuclear site in the US. The organization Heart of America Northwest convened the public meeting after a request to hold meetings in Oregon state was denied by Hanford agencies. KBOO reporter Joe Meyer attended the meeting, and spoke with Heart of America Northwest staff member Mark Saporito directly afterwards. 3:16 minutes (2.99 MB)
program: Evening News program date: Tue, 11/22/2011 Short Description: Hanford Waste Plant Faces Delays The Department of Energy announced today that the Hanford nuclear waste vitrification plant may not meet a court-ordered deadline for construction completion. KBOO spoke earlier today with Gerry Follett from Heart of America Northwest, a citizen advocacy group working to raise awareness about public health risks caused by the nuclear industry. 12:20 minutes (11.29 MB)
VFP Bridge Crossing to Japanese Hiroshima Memorial Portland Or. 8.7.11.
The VFP National Conference and local chapter #72 Veterans For Peace, cross the Steel Bridge from The Peace Memorial Park on the east side, to the Japanese Memorial park on the west side, on 8.7.11 in Portland Oregon. In solidarity with No Nukes and peace on earth, veterans and civilians joined together at the Peace Park and crossed the bridge together as one... for peace. From: zebra334 Views: 26 2 ratings Time: 11:27 More in Nonprofits & Activism
Netroots Nation panel on Dirty Energy pt 2
Netroots Nation Panel on Dirty Energy includes: Bruce Baizel of Earth Works Michele Boyd of Physicians for Social Responsibility Tim DeChristopher of Peaceful Uprising Mary Anne Hilt of Sierra Club From: ThePunkPatriot Views: 31 2 ratings Time: 10:53 More in News & Politics
Netroots Nation panel on Dirty Energy pt 1
Netroots Nation Panel on Dirty Energy includes: Bruce Baizel of Earth Works Michele Boyd of Physicians for Social Responsibility Tim DeChristopher of Peaceful Uprising Mary Anne Hilt of Sierra Club From: ThePunkPatriot Views: 76 6 ratings Time: 10:58 More in News & Politics