2013 Appearances

March 11-12
New York – Symposium at New York Academy of Medicine on the Medical and Ecological Consequences of Fukushima organized by the Helen Caldicott Foundation

March 14
New Jersey – speech at Princeton

March 15
Pennsylvania – Speech in Philadelphia

March 24
Massachusetts – Speech in Western Massachusetts

April 3
Maine – Speech at the University of New England

April 14-17
South Korea – Visit to South Korea speaking on the hazards of nuclear power

May 23
Australia – Address to students at the Australian film television and radio school

July 7
Japan – Major speech in Tokyo at the International School

July 9-11
Taiwan – Speaking tour of Taiwan re the medical dangers of their nuclear reactors

July 25
Australia – Lecture at the University of New England in Toowoomba

September 21
Australia – Lecture at the University of New England, Armidale – International Peace

November 4
Massachusetts – Address to the American Public Health Association in Boston on the Medical Consequences of the Nuclear Age

November 9
New Hampshire – Address to the New Hampshire Peace Action Organisation

November 13
California – Opening the film in Hollywood titled Fallout for Karen Kramer, wife of Stanley Kramer

November 14
California – Grad Rounds at Cedar Sinai Hospital in LA

12 thoughts on “2013 Appearances

  1. Helen,
    I would love for you to speak in the Northern California area. I am from Sonoma County but, San Francisco could be a great location for you to speak to get the word out. Feel free to email me and I could help look for locations. So many are blind to the disastrous reality we are facing and your words and wisdom are so powerful.

  2. This must be the biggest media blackout in history. You have inspired me to spread as much awareness as I can about Fukushima and the global impacts of Nuclear power. Thank you for everything you do. I lost my Mother less than two years ago to Cancer and she was just 62. This a frightening future for the planet if people don’t start speaking out about the reality of the situation. If there is anything I can do to help you or anything you can suggest to help raise awareness, please let me know where to begin. I can’t even begin to tell you how grateful I am to have started educating myself and everyone I know with your books and lectures but it isn’t enough to start a much needed revolution for clean sustainable energy. How can I help?

  3. Please, will you suggest the most ideal latitude (longitude), continent, country and city I may choose to relocate to, most conducive to life, with the least direct exposure to the effects Fukushima? Folk I know have already moved to Uruguay. Would that be a good choice? – what other places could you recommend please. The late Rosalie Bertrell was once very kind to me, she shared some much appreciated advice when I posed a question to her in regard to a local drinking water problem we were having concerning arsenic. The arsenic problem pales, now trumped by Fukushima, I am hoping you will be able to offer me a re-location suggestion. I would VERY much appreciate your advice, if you will, with a couple of re-location suggestions. Thank you, Crystal

    • Hi Crystal,
      my home in Australia (Helen Caldicott’s homeland) is for sale and you may wish to buy it.
      Ms Caldicott has stated that in the event that the fuel rods at Fukushima go kaput, contaminating the air of the Northern Hemisphere, she would immediately relocate back to Australia.
      So as a country, this would appear to be the place to be if such an event were to occur.
      But, the stampede at that point would be problematic if not extremely difficult regarding transport here, immigration aspects, etc.
      Being pro-active rather than re-active is always the best policy, wouldn’t you say so?
      For more on our home for sale, please see: http://www.australiahouses.com.au/

      Best wishes,
      Aslan and Suzanne

      • Dear Aslan and Suzanne,

        Thank you so much for your kind advice and interesting information. I appreciate your reply and your intent. I do agree re: pro-active versus reactive but a hard feat to accomplish keeping ahead of radiation.Your house, your site info and your lives are very interesting to me. I would live there in a heartbeat but could never afford such a purchase. I did wonder about climate change/floods/drought/fires there, but again, all pales to radiation. I would still like to know what Dr. Coldicott’s preferred choice is for her safest lat/long that she would take her family to – she said with #4 down she would vacate Boston, to …?

  4. I have been trying to get information on what is happening at Fukushima since it happened. It seems the information is being deliberately not communicated. My family lives in the Pacific NW of the United States. It rains and rains there, and I am assuming the radiation falls in the rain — then it evaporates, or runs back into the ocean — getting further concentrated in the rain and spread all over the land. And, carried by clouds Eastward. I’ve seen the footage on how the currents work, and it will also go to Alaska and southward. My question to you, even if we can assume nor further damage to the reactors, is it already too late? Is the best we can do to move to the southern hemisphere. I don’t see anywhere not being impacted by it — but I am wondering if this, coupled with climate change, will perhaps make it wiser to move south and upwind/upcurrent from Fukushima. I have said since I first heard about nuclear power when I was in high school, that it is foolish. I would rather live by candlelight than have nuclear power. And no one listens.

      • Please, will you suggest the most ideal latitude (longitude), continent, country and city I may choose to relocate to, most conducive to life, with the least direct exposure to the effects Fukushima? Folk I know have already moved to Uruguay. Would that be a good choice? – what other places could you recommend please. The late Rosalie Bertrell was once very kind to me, she shared some much appreciated advice when I posed a question to her in regard to a local drinking water problem we were having concerning arsenic. The arsenic problem pales, now trumped by Fukushima, I am hoping you will be able to offer me a re-location suggestion. I would VERY much appreciate your advice, if you will, with a couple of re-location suggestions. Thank you, Crystal

  5. Hi Helen,
    I discovered If You Love This Planet.org a few months ago and heard your interview with Bob Herbert and it really shook my core. I stayed up staring at the ceiling most of the night. Since, I’ve been reading and listening to your interviews and want to thank you for your work and inspiration.

  6. I so enjoyed your interview on Coast To Coast. I had heard you speak in my “Radiation” class at Portland State University around 30 years ago and you inspired me to join a local anti-nuclear proliferation group at the time. I would love to hear a discussion on the products being made in Japan for export. I wonder if they are safe. I have stopped purchasing anything from Japan for fear it is highly irradiated. I have also stopped eating fish from off my Pacific NW coastline. So sad. Friends of mine have stopped using local milk from the Pacific NW. We wonder if we are going overboard?

  7. Very much enjoyed your ‘presentation of thoughts & ideas’ (& truths) on Coast to Coast AM (Oct. 27) with George Knapp, Helen. You are very well spoken & I will pursue more of your ‘teachings’.
    Cheers (to you!)
    Peter E (TINY, ON, Canada)

  8. Hi Helen,
    I have just watched your andrew denton interview 2007 and had not heard of you before but you had me in tears, thank you for the work you do, thank you

  9. Helen I know your efforts seem in vein but people need this awareness and campaign I pray for a miracle. I have searched for a Fukushima awareness campaign in Australia and I can’t find any. Do you know of any? Thankyou for your time

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