Nagasaki Hibakusha: Nuclear Weapons, Peace, and the Environment
  • Interviewer: Elizabeth Gamarra
  • Translator: Ms. Yokoyama

In this episode, two survivors of the Nagasaki-Hiroshima atomic bomb drop on August 6, 1945 speak about their stories and thoughts on climate action. Their names are Mr. Shohei Zuweki and Mr. Yoshiro Yamawaki, and they provide their perspectives and personal experiences on environmental short and long-term impacts of the radioactive and thermonuclear detonation initiated by the atomic bombs. This episode is focused on uniting to maintain peace, and how having nuclear weapons does not guarantee the safety of a country.

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