- DONATE your time and/or money to FFAN’s crucial effort TODAY!
- SIGN FFAN’s Food Safety Petition “Say Bye Bye Becquerels! KEEP HARMFUL RADIOACTIVITY OUT OF OUR CHILDREN’S FOOD!”
- SUBMIT Your Comment to the FDA: Insist they lower the acceptable levels of radioactive contaminants allowable in our food supply.
- WRITE A LETTER to your Representative to demand FDA do their jobs to protect our families by monitoring our food supply.
- JOIN FFAN on Facebook to get up-to-date information. Radiation continues to emit from Japan’s Fukushima nuclear plants, affecting the global environment and food supply. Education and awareness are key.
- DONATE $5 TO FFAN TODAY! Help us continue this vital work.
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Please join us in this human mural event. We need your bodies on October 19th, 2013, at Ocean Beach in San Francisco, California, to write these 3 words…
FUKUSHIMA IS HERE
WHAT TO EXPECT:
On October 19th, hundreds of people will align their bodies to create a human mural spelling out “FUKUSHIMA IS HERE” and then be photographed from the air. We want you with us.
Please arrive in the vicinity by 10:45 a.m. Helicopter overhead at noon sharp. Event finished by approx 12:15.
We will arrange ourselves in 100-foot tall lettering. Our aim is to bring awareness to the continuing damage and mismanagement of Fukushima nuclear power plant.
Ocean Beach is a one-mile stretch of sand located at the west end of Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. The closest intersection is Fulton Street and The Great Highway.
Sign the Sierra Club’s petition telling NRC Chair Allison Macfarlane, “For decades, nuclear power reactors all over the country have been able to operate without consideration to what would happen to the highly radioactive waste they produced. This put communities and the environment at risk across the nation.
Now, federal courts are requiring the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) to study the environmental and health impacts of storage if the plant cannot find a permanent repository. Even more importantly, the NRC will have to consider whether better energy alternatives to nuclear power are available.
We need to make sure the NRC adopts rules that will look at each nuclear plant closely – no nuclear plant should get an easy rubber stamp!
Click here and tell the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to protect our communities and environment from radioactive waste.“