Let the Facts Speak

"Everywhere this industry touches down it leaves an imprint of misery and injury, and everywhere it goes it is challenged and fought. If each of us is called on to choose a side in the contest over nuclear energy on a warming planet, then at the very least, let the facts speak. "

I am proud to launch the fourth edition of "Let the Facts Speak."

This is not a work of analysis or opinion, but a straightforward chronology of nuclear accidents, incompetence and disaster spanning seven decades.

The meltdowns at Fukushima have sharpened the debate over the future of nuclear energy in Australia and elsewhere. If a disaster that has created 150,000 radiation refugees and made 3% of Japan uninhabitable was not enough to end the debate, what kind of disaster will it take?

That's up to us. Download the new edition of Let the Facts Speak and join the campaign to end the nuclear age.

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One year since the Fukushima disaster began, let the facts speak on nuclear power

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WHERE Perth Cultural Centre wetland stage
WHEN 2pm Sunday March 11, 2012

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