Living in Fukushima : Stories of Decontamination and Reconstruction
Produced for the Ministry of Environment Japan
TRT: 40 min
In the aftermath of the 3.11 Fukushima Daiichi Nulcear Power Plant accident, the Japanese government began implementing a large scale decontamination effort to clean up the radioactive materials. A mother, a farmer, a community leader, an evacuee - hear how the clean-up effort has been carried out around their lives and what their hopes are for the reconstruction of Fukushima.
From Mountain to Sea: A Vision to Rebuild Tohoku
Produced for the United Nations University and the Satoyma Initiative
Role: Producer, Editor
Atsushige Hatakeyama is convinced about the need to manage the upstream forests, so as to better ensure good water quality in the coastal area.