Fukushima 30-Year Project was incorporated in July 2011 to measure radioactive contamination by the hands of citizens.
Cesium 137 has a half-life of 30 years, thus the long term goal is to assist and support the people of Fukushima throughout the next 30 years.
It takes time, effort and money to measure the radiation.
We are looking for support from around the world, to help us secure the health and future of the children of Fukushima.
The Japanese government continues to publicize that "Fukushima is safe" based on rough measurements.
We do not agree that there is true safety and security for the citizens who actually live in Fukushima.
Conducting radioactive measurements to avoid unnecessary daily exposure.
Providing opportunities for citizens themselves to solve problems associated with nuclear disasters.
We are conducting various projects to connect with nature, in areas where there is little radioactive contamination.
We are working to take measures to reduce exposure.STAFF
11-7 Ipponmatsu Iizakamachi, Fukushima City,
TEL : +81-24‐573‐5697
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
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