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After the Fukushima nuclear disaster, 25,000 ha of farmland were contaminated. Environmental specialists from METER have developed a sustainable decontamination method that allows farmers to grow safe rice again. But no one buys it, because people don’t understand scientific data.
Made in Fukushima is a book made out of rice straw from the decontaminated fields in Fukushima. It helps people understand that the rice is safe, by turning the rice into the medium and the data into understanding, using a wide range of resources: photography, interviews, reports, background information, data and its visualization.