Is Fukushima Dangerous? -- Distorted images of Japan - Morley Robertson × Nobuo Ikeda
What's happen? What was the cause in Fukushima? Morley Robertson, writer and DJ, talk about distorted images of Japan after Fukushima nuclear plant accident with Nobuo Ikeda.Watch video »
A Web-TV Program "Is radiation really so harmful? Considering risks of nuclear power generation" (Japanese only)
Agora Institute, who operates GEPR, broadcasted a Web-TV program "Is radiation really so harmful? Considering risks of nuclear power generation" on internet video streaming channel "Niconico Live " on January 19th (in Japanese only) . Nobuo Ikeda, President of Agora Incorporated, and three experts on radiation, risk analysis, and energy policy discussed about the situations after Fukushima nuclear accident. Their opinions were consistent that potentiality of health damage caused by the Fukushima accident is very small. GEPR will provide a summary about this program soon.Watch video »
Special seminar presented by Globis Radiation and radioactivity facts; dealing correctly with radiation exposure; Keiichi Nakagawa, M.D., Ph.D.
Japanese people feel uneasy about scattered radioactive materials in the east Japan area after nuclear power plant accident in Fukushima. Dr. Keiichi Nakagawa, M.D., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Department of Radiology and Director of Department of Palliative Medicine at University of Tokyo Hospital, spoke about this problem at special seminar presented by Globis, which run business schools. Dr. Nakagawa pointed out there are low potentiality of health damage by the Fukushima Accident (Japanese only. GEPR plan to provide points of this seminar soon.)Watch video »
Exclusive Interview with Emeritus Professor Wade Allison: Send All Disaster Victims Back Home
Emeritus Professor of the Oxford University Wade Allison visited Japan the other day who saw the disaster site in Fukushima. He said "Leaving a significant number of disaster victims outside their home is an unpardonable act from a humanitarian perspective". He insists that the cause of such a chaotic situation stems from an "absurd standard of dose criterion" set by ICRP and that the dose limit should be risen to 100 mSv per month.Watch video »
Bill Gates on energy: Innovating to zero!
At TED2010, Bill Gates unveils his vision for the world's energy future, describing the need for "miracles" to avoid planetary catastrophe and explaining why he's backing a dramatically different type of nuclear reactor. The necessary goal? Zero carbon emissions globally by 2050.Watch video »