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Illustrated videos are now available in English!

  • 2013.10.31

October 31st, 2013

Six video clips explaining what happened in Fukushima nuclear accident in simple words and animation released last September. Now the English versions of the video clips can be viewed at this website and also in YouTube.

  1. What is the NAIIC? http://youtu.be/Ki6vCEhjAZc(2’11”)
  2. Was the nuclear accident preventable? http://youtu.be/DJVRBkMPlz4(2’52”)
  3. What happened inside the nuclear plant? http://youtu.be/K4IrZY269ro(2’27”)
  4. What should have been done after the accident? http://youtu.be/dtJ8gvnKp-E(3’15”)
  5. Could the damage be contained? http://youtu.be/O-ghbTy_HvY (3’02”)
  6. What are the issues with nuclear energy? http://youtu.be/0IHL_GIgv1o(2’38”)

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Japan Times reported illustrated videos now available in English!

October 31st, 2013

The information about the newly released English versions of illustrated videos appeared in Japan Times dated October 31st and the Japan Times ONLINE dated October 30, 2013.
“The six video clips, which include titles such as “Was the nuclear accident preventable?” and “What happened inside the nuclear plant?” explain the catastrophe with illustrations in simple words. The clips were made by the efforts of a group of people created last November to help the public understand what happened in Fukushima in March 2011. Besides creating the video clips, the group offers workshops and lectures on the crisis.”

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http://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2013/10/30/national/video-clips-spell-out-findings-of-panel-probing-nuclear-crisis/