Title: Who cares? Helen Caldicott and Kate Orff in conversation
Author: Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation
Date Filmed: April 2, 2012
Date Uploaded: Apr 13, 2012
Description: Columbia University’s Wood Auditorium — Helen Caldicott, Physicians for Social Responsibility; Kate Orff, Columbia University GSAPP
At 58:08 in
This is Japan in the spring soon after the accident, Tokyo.
And here are the azaleas that have just come out with their leaves, and they’ve died — from the fallout.
Much of Tokyo is highly radioactive [...]
Tokyo is extremely radioactive and there are 30 million people living there.
Published: May 1st, 2012 at 11:45 pm ET
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