Join us in celebrating our 25th anniversary.
Green Action, based at Demachiyanagi in Kyoto, was founded in November 1991. We thank everyone who has supported us over the years, and welcome those who would like to meet Green Action for the first time.
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9/30 Impact Hub Kyoto
An Evening with “To The Village Square” photographer Lionel Delevingne
Slide Presentation and Conversation
Friday, September 30th 7pm 〜 9pm
Impact Hub Kyoto
Nishijin IT ro-ji building
97 Kainokamicho, Kamigyo Ward, Kyoto
(Just west of Aburanokoji and Nakadachiuri intersection.)
Enter from the gate at west side of building next to pay phone.
English / Japanese interpreting.
No reservation required.
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Citizens living up to 70 km (45 mi.) away sued Kansai Electric and won.
We want to protect Kyoto’s cultural heritage from radioactive contamination.
We want to protect the lagest lake in Japan, Lake Biwa, the water for 14 million people.
Japanese women throughout Japan join Fukushima women in front of the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry in Tokyo, location of a tent pitched in front of the ministry demanding the end of nuclear power. The women are united in working to end nuclear power in Japan and supporting Fukushima citizens, particularly children who are suffering from radiation exposure. Children are the most vulnerable to the effects of radiation exposure. The rallying call: “Let’s protect Fukushima children! Let’s protect children all over Japan! Women will stop nuclear power! Men will stop nuclear power! We will all together stop nuclear power!” (November 2011)
Rallies calling for no restart of nuclear power in Japan take place every Friday evening in Tokyo and many cities from the north to south of Japan including Sapporo, Niigata, Nagoya, Kyoto, Osaka, Nagasaki, and Fukuoka, Kagoshima.