Fukushima colours

Författare: Lindqvist, Elin
The catastrophe on 11 March 2011 has had a deep impact on the Japanese society, and on our global world. It will take years for the full extent of the nuclear crisis’ impact on Japan to become clear.
Artikelnr: 81059
Lagerstatus: I lager
219 kr
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The catastrophe on 11 March 2011 has had a deep impact on the Japanese society, and on our global world. Almost twenty thousand people were left dead or missing after the disaster, and the tsunami destroyed entire communities. It will take years for the full extent of the nuclear crisis’ impact on Japan to become clear. Yet, a year after the tsunami, it is possible to see some of the consequences that the disaster has had on agriculture, the fishing industry, people’s health and research about renewable energy sources.

In her reportage book Fukushima Colours, multilingual author Elin Lindqvist has documented the aftermath of the crisis, in collaboration with Japanese journalist Yuko Ota, and Japanese photographer Yoshikazu Fukuda. She has closely followed eight individuals or groups of individuals representing different parts of Japanese society all through 2011, in order to see how people affected by the crisis have recovered. Through these individual stories, we hear the emergence of a common voice striving towards a more sustainable and ecological future in Japan.

Specifikationer
Mediatyp Inbunden
Författare Lindqvist, Elin
Förlag Bokförlaget Langenskiöld
Utgiven 2012-03-11
Sidantal 155
Språk Engelska
Vikt 605 g
Mått 185 x 230 x 20 mm
Artikelkod 81059
EAN 9789187007040
Titel Fukushima colours
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