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Profitable Element, Powerful Entity: Saskatchewan’s Uranium Industry and Dene Ecology by the Committee for Future Generations, Saskatchewan, Canada, March 14, 2016 Saskatchewan is generally known for prairie farmland, but its northern half presents quite a different picture. A vast blanket of forest covers the north and here you will find […]
A recent report in the South African online journal Rand Daily Mail serves as another stark illustration of the way national plans for the development of nuclear energy lead to opaque, undemocratic and wasteful schemes that leave a legacy of corruption and environmental degradation. For citizens of other nations who […]
The National Human Rights Commission has taken suo motu cognisance of reports about a study highlighting the leakage of radioactive and toxic waste from the country’s oldest and most important uranium mine at Jaduguda in East Singhbhum district of Jharkhand, amid the alleged government apathy.