Arnie Gundersen works with Marco Kaltofen in a lab at WPI , 2012.

The environmental journal: Science of the Total Environment (STOTEN) just published this groundbreaking peer-reviewed scientific report authored by Arnie Gundersen and Marco Kaltofen.  

For six years Fairewinds and WPI’s (Worcester Polytechnic Institute’s) Dr. Marco Kaltofen collected and analyzed detailed crowd-sourced samples for this critical scientific analysis. The samples analyzed showed that radioactive hot particles from the Fukushima nuclear meltdowns are still contaminating Japan. 

Find a link to the research at the bottom of this page! 

Fairewinds would not be where we are today without your past support, please help us move into tomorrow and beyond so that we may continue this vital work. 


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The complete peer reviewed report and project audio description by Dr. Kaltofen are available here at the Science of the Total Environment website.  

Interactive data and the supporting materials are available here at the Fairewinds Energy Education website.


History of Support

Beginning in 2008, Fairewinds Energy Education began using the small grants and donations it received to conduct nuclear power plant safety assessments. Current donations are used to fund Fairewinds' videos regarding the tragic four-reactor atomic power disaster at Fukushima-Daiichi and to fulfill Fairewinds' educational work to demystify nuclear power. Fairewinds' goal is to educate people throughout the world about nuclear power safety and reliability concerns by making this information publicly available via reports, videos, and educational presentations.

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