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2017.12.08

FUKUSHIMA DIARIES [Discovery Channel]

Three bloggers from overseas each visit a different destination within Fukushima Prefecture following their respective interests in the show.
They report discoveries and moving experiences they have had respectively in Fukushima. Their themes are varied, including (1) comprehensive conditions of environmental remediation, (2) tourism and food, and (3) technological innovation and development.


2017.11.27

Fukushima Today#2 Challenge to Revitalize Fukushima by Younger Generation
[CNBC Asia Channel Japan]

Ministry of the Environment Japan (MOEJ) cooperated in producing the TV program “Fukushima Today” to show what is really going on Fukushima to the world.
This program, which will be broadcast in 4 episodes, focuses on the key persons in Fukushima, showing you how hard they work to revitalize Fukushima.


2017.11.20

Fukushima Today#1 How Did Foreign Students Feel Fukushima ?
-"Fukushima Ambassadors Program"-
[CNBC Asia Channel Japan]

Ministry of the Environment Japan (MOEJ) cooperated in producing the TV program “Fukushima Today” to show what is really going on Fukushima to the world.
This program, which will be broadcast in 4 episodes, focuses on the key persons in Fukushima, showing you how hard they work to revitalize Fukushima.


2017.11.01

Berkeley, California, U.S.A: The Future of Fukushima: A New Generation Rises to the Challenge “How did high school students – using innovative sensors – promote the recovery from an environmental disaster?” was held at UC Berkeley’s David Brower Center

A public event, titled “The Future of Fukushima: A New Generation Rises to the Challenge,” was held at David Brower Center on October 30, 2017, hosted by Earth and Environmental Sciences Area at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and Center for Japanese Studies at University of California, Berkeley.


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