Ecquo » tokyo Sostenibilità sociale, economica e ambientale Mon, 20 Jul 2015 15:44:04 +0000 it-IT hourly 1 Fukushima, la Tepco non abbandona il nucleare: “Supereremo la crisi” Tue, 28 Jun 2011 13:51:59 +0000 0 epa02799156 A Japanese Greenpeace volunteer holds a sign reading 'TEPCO The Worst Ever Polluting Company' in front of the Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO) annual shareholders meeting in Tokyo, Japan, 28 June 2011. TEPCO shareholders assembled for the first time since the March 11 earthquake and tsunami resulted in meltdowns at the company's Fukushima Dai-Ichi plant. Fallout from the accident wiped out approx. US$ 36 billion (25.17 billion Euro) off its market value. Residents of Fukushima stood outside the meeting venue appealing to shareholders to make the decision to close the Fukushima nuclear plants. EPA/EVERETT KENNEDY BROWN Un treno che plana a pochi centimetri da terra. E’ L’Aero-train Della giapponese Tohoku University Mon, 16 May 2011 10:11:29 +0000 0 imagesCAO2PX1T Tokyo rassicura: la carne da Fukushima non è radioattiva. E l’Italia aumenta i controlli Fri, 01 Apr 2011 13:32:16 +0000 0 FILE - In this March 23, 2011 file photo, various types of fish are sold at a shop near the Tsukiji Fish Market, one of the world's largest fish markets, in Tokyo, after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami crippled a nuclear facility, 140 miles (220 kilometers) north of Tokyo, seeping radiation into the soil and seawater nearby. The spread of radiation has raised concerns about the safety of Japan's seafood, even though experts say the low levels suggest radiation won't accumulate in fish at unsafe levels.. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man, File) I panda Bili e Xiannu incantano Tokyo. La natura come misura di distensione tra Cina e Giappone Fri, 01 Apr 2011 10:01:38 +0000 0 A female giant panda Xiannu, named Shin Shin in Japan, eats bamboo at Ueno Zoological Park in Tokyo April 1, 2011, on the first day its appearance with a fellow male panda, Bili, named Ri Ri in Japan, to the public. Xiannu and Bili, both five years old, who arrived from China's Sichuan province in February, were shown to the public at Ueno on Friday, marking the first viewing of pandas in Japan in three years. The appearance of the two giant pandas coincides with the reopening of the zoo from a temporary closure, following the massive March 11 earthquake and tsunami in northern Japan, Kyodo news reports. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: ANIMALS DISASTER IMAGES OF THE DAY)