Dr. Helen Caldicott was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize by Nobel Laureate, Linus Pauling, the Smithsonian Institute named her one of the most influential women of the 20th Century and history will show that her anti-nuclear activism helped save humanity and planet earth as we know it.
I’m eternally honored that we follow each other on Twitter and I was made aware of the important work she does on behalf of all of us and future generations.
Most recently, Dr. Caldicott is informing the public about Japan’s 2011 Fukushima plant meltdown, one of the world’s worst nuclear disasters, and whose radioactive waste continues to spill into the Pacific Ocean and has since reached the United States’ west coast, seeping into seafood and wafting in the air above.
Her findings may be disturbing to read, but we cannot live with our heads in the sand. Despite political and corporate pushback and attempts malign her work, Dr. Caldicott remains undaunted and soldiers on as a tireless advocate on behalf humanity’s right to live a healthy, cancer-free life on earth.
ARCHITECT OF PEACE
The Dalai Lama with Dr. Helen Caldicott 2003
Above Dr. Caldicott shares the stage with the Dalai Lama as part of a program that brought together one of the world’s most important spiritual leaders with renowned environmentalists, economists, politicians and journalists to discuss the ethical dilemmas of the new millennium. “Ethics And The World Crisis: A Dialogue With The Dalai Lama” took place in 2003 in New York City.
Follow Dr. Caldicott on social media, read her books, keep yourself informed because knowledge is power, and the knowledge that she brings may save your life.