Due to the recent events in Japan we have decided to prevent the nuclear disaster of FUKUSHIMA from falling into oblivion – just as Tshernobyl and Three Mile Island.
The nuclear disaster does not only affect Japan but is also relevant for us, the people of Europe, as the latest decisions for nuclear phaseout show. But how long anre the people in Europe going to commemorate the events in FUKUSHIMA? The nuclear disasters of Tshernobyl and Three Mile Island have not deterred the Japanese from building nuclear power stations in an earthquake-prone area...
Thus we intend to permanently remind people of the events of FUKUSHIMA at first with stickers, buttons, bags and T-shirts (organic cotton/ fair trade), later on with the performance of musical, cultural or sports events at which the nuclear disaster and possible alternatives are going to be focused on.
About 25% of clear profit go to the organisation “IPPNW Deutschland – Internationale Ärzte für die Verhütung des Atomkrieges, Ärzte in sozialer Verantwortung e.V." (International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War, www.ippnw.de) which passes the money on to IPPNW Japan.
FUKUSHIMA must not fall into oblivion as Thernobyl and Three Mile Island did. It is time that people take their future into their own hands. The trademark FUKUSHIMA shall be a synonym for environmentally conscious life as well as a warning to those who play games with our lives.
You don’t have to order something to do good. Of course you can also donate directly to various aid organisations. Thank you.
Making one move gets a lot of other things moving.
Fukushima after 366 days / With our actions will provide for the fact that the name Fukushima does not fall into oblivion.