Nuclear Energy is
Not the Way!

By Partido Kalikasan

convey our deepest condolences and sympathy to all the victims of the recent
natural disaster in Japan. The meltdown of Fukushima nuclear power plant north
of Tokyo on the other hand is far from completely being a natural disaster.
This is bad human judgment to opt for nuclear energy despite all its inherent
dangers. The current disaster has raised serious threat not only to Japanese
citizens but also to humanity.

We stand firm on our rejection of nuclear
energy development option in the Philippines and the rest of the world. We
continue to oppose the proposal to revive the Bataan Nuclear Power Plant (BNPP)
in the Philippines by misguided politicians and nuclear proponents who distort
scientific facts and advance their selfish agenda. 

We affirm our position that our
best way to energy development is through renewable sources and that nuclear
energy program is too dangerouse to be justifiable!

We can no longer ignore the reality!
Japan being one of the richest and technologically advance countries is now
rattling to address this tragedy. 

The question why the Philippines
should not follow countries with nuclear energy has now been answered by this
recent nuclear meltdown. The environment is sending us a strong message that
Nuclear Energy is not safe and our scientific background and expertise can never
surpasses the ability of nature to balance itself.    

Finally, we appreciate the
current initiative of the Philippine Government through the Philippine Nuclear
Research Institute and in lined with their Radiological Emergency and Response
Plan to distribute potassium iodine tablets. 

we call them to be honest and transparent by providing the public real 
science and facts on the threat of nuclear energy and not be swayed by 
individuals and groups who have selfish and not national interest in 
 For more Information:



Rior Santos (Mr.)

International Spokesperson



Jules Penales (Mr.)

National Spokesperson


Partido Kalikasan (Philippine Green Party)

National Secretariat Office
Room 302 CRM Bldg, Kasing Kasing Street corner Kamias Road, Quezon City, Philippines

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