We follow a group of surfers and fishermen based in
Motoyoshi, a coastal town 100 miles north of Fukushima,
as they try to find answers. We shot half the footage;
the other half was filmed by the locals themselves.

Through interviews with locals, anti-nuclear activists,
and global experts on radiation, we provide answers
to fundamental questions about radiation and the
complexities of disaster response on both a
political and sociological level.

Official Teaser of We all are Radioactive

Explore the timeline of Japan’s Bipolar Nuclear History

Some Frequently Asked Questions Human Harmfull Activities


What human activities are to blame for climate change?

This is a question that has been asked many times over the past ten years as human-driven global warming due to greenhouse gases from human activity was reported and researched. Anthropogenic (human-induced) activities such as transportation and energy use. Industrial usage etc.

How do human activities contribute to the greenhouse effect?

Almost any activity performed by humans requires some form of fuel. Modern life is built upon human activities that require energy. Energy is then used to power heating and cooling systems, transportation. According to the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

How is human activity causing climate change?

According to National Geographic human activities such as deforestation, urbanization, Nuclear Powerplantation, transportation, etc. have been changing Earth’s surface faster than it can repair itself through natural processes. Global warming caused by human-induced greenhouse gases has been melting polar ice caps which also contributes to rising sea levels due to thermal expansion of water as well as human pollution that causes acidification of oceans. This has a damaging effect on landforms near coastal regions as well as coral reefs.