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Shoot: Fukushima Anniversary Protest in South Carolina

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A few days before the Fukushima nuclear disaster anniversary, Greenpeace activists erect a cherry tree memorial at Duke Energy’s Lee Nuclear Project near Gaffney, South Carolina. A sign reads "Duke: Remember Fukushima. End Nuclear Power." The activists are creating memorials to commemorate the Fukushima triple nuclear meltdown two years ago on March 11. The nuclear disaster at Fukushima reminded the world that there is no such thing as a safe nuclear power plant. Unlike many other companies and countries who have deserted nuclear ambitions since Fukushima, Duke Energy is plowing forward with three proposed projects. The three projects are an expansion at the Harris Nuclear Plant in North Carolina, the Lee project near Gaffney, South Carolina, and another in Levy County, Florida.
Fukushima Anniversary Protest in South Carolina
6 Mar, 2013
Fukushima Anniversary Protest in South Carolina
Fukushima Anniversary Protest in South Carolina
6 Mar, 2013
Fukushima Anniversary Protest in South Carolina
Fukushima Anniversary Protest in South Carolina
6 Mar, 2013
Fukushima Anniversary Protest in South Carolina
Fukushima Anniversary Protest in South Carolina
6 Mar, 2013
Fukushima Anniversary Protest in South Carolina
Fukushima Anniversary Protest in South Carolina
6 Mar, 2013
Fukushima Anniversary Protest in South Carolina
Fukushima Anniversary Protest in South Carolina
6 Mar, 2013
Fukushima Anniversary Protest in South Carolina
Fukushima Anniversary Protest in South Carolina
6 Mar, 2013
Fukushima Anniversary Protest in South Carolina
Fukushima Anniversary Protest in South Carolina
6 Mar, 2013
Fukushima Anniversary Protest in South Carolina
Fukushima Anniversary Protest in South Carolina
6 Mar, 2013
Fukushima Anniversary Protest in South Carolina
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