Solidarity with Japanese Communities in time of Loss and Threat

Philippine groups will gather in front of the Japanese embassy to show their solidarity and support for the Japanese communities currently suffering and coping with the multiple crises of earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster. Join us at this symbolic gathering. Please wear white and bring candles, flowers and your solidarity messages. For more information, Jun … Continue reading

Greenpeace calls for improved and coherent evacuation and radioactivity protection plans

As the Fukushima nuclear crisis in Japan entered its second week and levels of radioactive contamination continue to grow, the international environmental organization Greenpeace, along with the Japanese group Citizens Nuclear Information Centre (CNIC), is calling for improved evacuation plans and other protective measures for people still within the 30km exclusion zone, as well as … Continue reading

Candlelight Vigil for Japan

Time Friday, March 18 · 5:00pm – 7:00pm Location QC Memorial Circle Created By PLM National Secretariat, Plm Secretariat More Info Save Japan! Save the Planet! No Nuclear Power! We all Live on Fukushima! Candlelight Vigil for Japan and Information Action on Impacts of Nuclear Energy Friday (March 18) Quezon City Memorial Circle 5:00PM onwards … Continue reading

Our Solidarity with the People of Japan

The Partido Lakas ng Masa (Party of the Laboring Masses, PLM) expresses its deepest concern and sends its condolences to all the families and victims of the earthquake and tsunami that hit the North-Eastern coast of Japan last Friday. Our thoughts are also with all our Japanese friends and comrades and we pledge our solidarity … Continue reading

Nuclear Energy is Not the Way!

PARTIDO KALIKASAN would like to convey our deepest condolences and sympathy to all the victims of the recent natural disaster in Japan. The meltdown of Fukushima nuclear power plant north of Tokyo on the other hand is far from completely being a natural disaster. This is bad human judgment to opt for nuclear energy despite … Continue reading

Greenpeace response to growing troubles at Fukushima Nuclear Reactors

Reacting to ongoing reports of cooling problems and the continuing release of radioactive materials from the Fukushima I/Daiichi and Fukushima II/Diani Plants, Jan Beranek, Head of Greenpeace International’s Nuclear Campaign said: “Our thoughts remain with the Japanese people, who in the aftermath of the earthquake and tsunami are now faced with a dreadful situation, where … Continue reading

Greenpeace Responds to Japan nuclear radiation release reports of leaks from Fukushima Reactor

Reacting to reports that the Tokyo Electric Power Co authorised to release nuclear radiation from the Fukushima power plant and that increased levels of radiation have been detected at the plant, Jan Beranek, Greenpeace International Head of Nuclear Campaign said: “Releasing any amount of radiation into the atmosphere risks the health of people in the … Continue reading

‘Learn From Japan’

Philippines Not Safe for Nuke Plants Says Anti Nuke Group “The devastating earthquake in Japan should open our eyes to the reality that the Philippines is not a safe place for nuclear plants,” This was the statement of Nuclear Free Bataan Movement Network Co-Chairperson Atty. Dante Ilaya in reaction to the news that Japan is … Continue reading