After four-and-half-years and 197 programs, If You Love This Planet will end with the broadcast of its last new episode on the week ending December 28, 2012.
I believe we have made a valuable contribution to the public debate on any number of important issues over the years. I have thoroughly enjoyed interviewing the most interesting and highly informed people on a variety of topics relevant to planetary and individual survival. A new book of 25 of the interviews called Loving This Planet may interest you.
The time has come, however, for me, as its president to concentrate on other new initiatives of The Helen Caldicott Foundation, including an international symposium to be held at the New York Academy of Medicine on March 11-12, 2013 titled, “The Medical and Ecological Consequences of Fukushima” and to write a new book which I hope will be published in 2014.
The program archives will continue to be available for downloading on this website [here].
Helen Caldicott, M.D.
Listen to the final broadcast here
Published: January 6th, 2013 at 8:57 am ET
- Radio: “Continually, radioactive elements are being flushed into the Pacific” — “The Fukushima accident will never end, they have no idea how to clean it up” -Caldicott (AUDIO) January 19, 2013
- Expert to discuss radioactive material being emptied into ocean from Fukushima Daiichi -Caldicott (AUDIO) January 16, 2013
- KPFA: Dr. Helen Caldicott threatened with death while in Japan for speaking about nuclear power — Students being charged with disturbing the peace for handing out flyers (AUDIO) March 20, 2014
- Caldicott: California nuclear plant a ‘time bomb’ if restarted — Chance of nuke disaster in U.S. very high… not if, but when (VIDEO) March 15, 2013
- Caldicott: Terribly alarming what’s happening in Japan — Signs of radiation sickness reported in children after 3/11 — Lies are being fed to the people (AUDIO) January 19, 2013