Published: October 22nd, 2014 at 9:57 am ET By ENENews  Email Article 124 comments Tweet Arnie Gundersen, nuclear engineer, Oct. 20, 2014 (at 13:30 in): Chronic and long-lasting radioactive releases are [ongoing]… Fukushima continues to bleed into the ocean, because those nuclear cores have melted down and are in direct contact with the groundwater. It will bleed for centuries perhaps, and certainly decades to come. So when you compare these nuclear accidents… [Chernobyl] didn’t hit... 

Our ship, the Arctic Sunrise is back with a mission. After a year in Russian custody for a peaceful protest against oil drilling in the Arctic, she is now released, repaired and back in the water. Once again she will challenge reckless dirty fossil fuels plans – this time off the Spanish coasts, which is under the threat of off-shore drillings. Activists onboard the Arctic Sunrise – and all over Europe – are calling for clean energy the very week that EU leaders are about to make crucial decisions... 

Harish Revanna The water treatment plant equipments manufactured by Reva Project Engineers, Bangalore; can be used to treat the waste water waters to… (Bio) Article source: http://www.articlesbase.com/environment-articles/how-water-treatment-can-reduce-the-pollution-of-river-ganga-7117357.html 

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Published: October 21st, 2014 at 2:26 pm ET By ENENews  Email Article 44 comments Tweet Excerpts from message by a Fukushima evacuee, translated by World Network for Saving Children from Radiation, Oct. 15, 2014: Mrs. Junko Honda… was a successful beauty salon owner who ran two salons… She recently [compiled the] unusual symptoms that she had heard about over the past three years… whose veracity she has been able to ascertain. “I had never heard of so much sickness and death in such... 

The Russian state nuclear corporation, Rosatom, is aggressively pursuing export contracts throughout the world – pledging to offer an ideal all-inclusive solution to the huge problems and risks associated with nuclear reactors Even leaving aside the massive economic and human costs of a Fukushima-like disaster, nuclear reactors are expensive and slow to build. They require maintenance, regulatory infrastructure, and skilled labour to operate. They generate waste that is lethal to life for longer... 

Greenpeace has taken drastic action today to highlight overfishing which is plunging fish such as the Atlantic bluefin tuna to the brink of extinction and shows disastrous bycatch killings of other species through the use of man-made floating objects called Fish Aggregating Devices (FADs) using purse seines – a fishing net which may be drawn into the shape of a bag made for catching shoal fish. A shocking video secretly supplied by fishers on board Spanish and French industrial tuna fishing... 

Published: October 20th, 2014 at 9:16 pm ET By ENENews  Email Article 318 comments Tweet Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute, funded by the Korean government, July 2014: The Fukushima accident [led to a] release of huge radioactivity It is reported… 4 times more radioactivity was released to the sea than to the atmosphere Best-estimate source term of 137Cs… released into the atmosphere, is about 4% Best-estimate release fraction of the 137Cs inventory that flowed into the sea…about... 

Wind power has a pivotal role to play in the world’s energy supply over the next few years. By providing huge amounts of clean, affordable power, it can buy us time in the fight against global warming while revolutions in energy efficiency and solar power gain momentum. Greenpeace and the Global Wind Energy Council have just released a two-yearly status report on wind energy and its prospects up to 2050. In as little as five years’ time wind power could prevent more than a billion tonnes... 

Published: October 19th, 2014 at 5:15 pm ET By ENENews  Email Article one comment Tweet PRI’s ‘The World’, Oct 17, 2014: Japan’s timid coverage of Fukushima led this news anchor to revolt — and he’s not alone — No one is telling [evacuee] Shiga Kamematsu the truth Complaints about censorship… continue to this day… Evacuees don’t trust the gov’t or Tepco… they’re blaming the media for not holding them both accountable… Criticism goes beyond a lack of investigation.... 

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