- 2012 June 26
Those Present from RERF were:
Mr TERAMOTO Takanobu (Executive Director)
Dr. OZASA Kotaro, Chief of Department of Epidemiology
Professor SAWADA Shoji (President, Physics),
Dr. TAKAHASHI Hiroko (Vice-president, lecturer of Hiroshima Peace Institute, Hiroshima City University, History)
Mr MORITA Toshiya (Chair of Public Relations Committee, freelance journalist), Mr YOSHIKI Ken, (Chair of International Public Relations Committee, Chemistry)
Prof. Dr. Inge Schmitz-Feuerhake (Chair of Science Committee, ECRR, Physics, guest visitor to ACSIR), Dr. Sebastian Pflugbeil (President, German Society for Radiation Protection, guest visitor to ACSIR)
- 2012 June 2
“We Denounce Prime Minister Mr NODA’s Announcement to Resume Operations of Nuclear Power Plants: There is no justification for Mr NODA Yoshihiko, on his own initiative, to decide the Re-start of Oi Nuclear Power Plant”
- 2012 May 23
“Urgent Messages: To Protect Yourself and Your Children from Radiation” by Prof. Michel Fernex,
And Screening of the Documentary Film “Nuclear Controversies” (Director: Wladimir Tchertkoff, 2003).
- 2012 May 22
- Visited Hot Spots in Fukushima city
- Met Ms SATO Sachiko, Representative of Fukushima Network for Saving Children from Radiation, at Yasai Café (Veges Café) which sells non -radioactive vegetables from Western Japan.
- Visited Fukushima University, and Discussed with a Group of Students and their Academic Advisor who were Writing a Supplementary Reader, “Radiation and Radiation Risks”, in response to the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology’s Supplementary Readers on the same theme.
- Visited CRMS (Citizen’s Radioactivity Measuring Station), and Discussed Problems of Rice-Making in Fukushima with a Farmer.
- Prof. Michel Fernex in Koriyama, FUKUSHIMA
- Public Lectures in URAWA, Saitama Prefecture
- Public Lecture by Prof. Michel Fernex in HIROSHIMA
- Protest Statement Sent to the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries
- Inaugural General Assembly of ACSIR in TOKYO
- Public Lectures “To Face the Low Dose Radiation: Lessons from Chernobyl”