You Can’t Go Home Again: Rebuilding Lives After Fukushima

You Can’t Go Home Again: Rebuilding Lives After Fukushima

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Seaside, Japan. Photo source: ©© Mrhayata

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Following the 2011 Fukushima meltdown, two photojournalists and documentarians made multiple trips to the no-go zone, photographing former residents of the region nearly five years later.

The displaced waver between a desire to return and a fear of what remains, both in terms of the invisible energy that still emits clicks on officials’ Geiger counters, and the physical degradation of their homes and livelihoods…

Read Full Article and View Images Gallery, CNN

Examining the Fate of Fukushima Contaminants, WHOI (08-20-2015)

Fukushima Operator Finds New Source of Radiation Leak into Sea, Reuters (02-25-2015)

Fukushima Accident Still Ongoing After Three Years: Q&A, IPS News (06-20-2014)

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