Mobilizing a global effort to deal with the ongoing nuclear catastrophe in Japan

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Fukushima is Our Problem Now:

A quick overview of the Fukushima nuclear disaster — including what you can do. (3:02)

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Fukushima Live: Coverage as it happened on

March 11, 2011


More details on and  Harvey Wasserman’s further analysis (as it happened) posted here:


Here below is a selection of the many other videos you can view on the web on Fukushima — ones we believe are the most comprehensive and have the most relevance in conveying the message that the ongoing situation is of worldwide concern

Arnie Gunderson on Lessons from Fukushima

Coverage on the first anniversary of the disaster (9:01)

FILM: In Containment (part 5 of 5):  Watch this finale to see the kids, watch part 1 to understand the devastating effects this event has had on the adults in Japan (9:23)

FILM: On Fukushima Beach

Homage to the film “On the Beach” based on the novel in which the residents of Australia, after a global nuclear war, must come to terms with the fact that all life will be destroyed in a matter of months. (59:59)

Please let us know of a video you think we should post here: info@FukushimaResponse.org


The Medical and Ecological Consequences of the Fukushima Nuclear Accident

March 11, 2013

A unique, two-day symposium at which an international panel of leading medical and biological scientists, nuclear engineers, and policy experts made presentations on and discussed the bio-medical and ecological consequences of the Fukushima disaster, held at The New York Academy of Medicine on March 11-12, 2013, the second anniversary of the accident.

Watch on Vimeo:

or on YouTube:

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Our “must watch” videos (please be patient as page loads):

Pacific Prayer:

A meditation on the beach. (3:57)

The original film “On the Beach” was the inspiration for Bonnie Dobson’s first song she ever wrote, the post-apocalyptic folk song, “Morning Dew.”

The lyrics were later revised and covered by a myriad of others.


Fukushima is Here:

A quick 2-minute appeal to help us break through the media sound barrier and spread this message around the globe. (3:02)

Battle of Bodega Head:

Watch this (4:15)… taking precautions for seven generations is not enough.

Fukushima is Here — San Francisco Ocean Beach Event:

Watch the videos… of our FUKUSHIMA is HERE

Global Campaign.

Fukushima Step by Step:

Author and activist Cecile Pineda author of "Devil's Tango: How I learned the Fukushima Step by Step", talks to the SF Mime Troupe and their friends on June 27 about the nuclear industry… (54:32)

Symposium Sample clip:

Published on May 10, 2013

"Nuclear Disaster at Fukushima: source terms: health effects"
HD, 38 min 53 sec, in English

Dr. Ian Fairlie
Radiation Biologist and Independent Consultant

Radiation Filters Film Project

Radiation Filters does not necessarily have an anti-nuclear viewpoint, but rather is pro-health, focusing on bringing healing practices to areas where radioactive contamination is a current threat to the people and the environment.

Learning from Fukushima—Published on Mar 21, 2015

Following a screening of 'Women of Fukushima' in Santa Rosa, CA, Mary Beth Brangan (EON) and John Bertucci (Fukushima Response Campaign) lead a discussion of the still on-going Fukushima nuclear disaster, its global implications, and the lessons that need to be learned.